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DRIFT 1973 

BUTLER UNIVERSITY 
VOL.81 INDIANAPOLIS. IND. 



INVITATION 



Roll up, Roll up for the Mystery Tour, 

the Magical Mystery Tour. 

Roll up, roll up for the Mystery Tour, 

for it's coming to take you away. 

Here's your invitation — 

we've made the reservation, 

the Mystery Tour will take you away. 

The trip will be long 

but you cannot go wrong, 

with the chime bells ringing your way. 

And so into the night, 

you will glimpse a fast sight 

of the Land of Alex, your place to stay. 

There'll be euchre and dancing 

with Lilly Hall prancing 

with a sound-wave room on the side. 

You'll find tricycle races, with many smiling faces 

and court cases held over stolen girls' laces, 

all along the Magical Mystery Tour. 

So roll up, roll up for the Mystery Tour, 

we're ready to take you away. 

And through glassless windows you'll plainly see 

the Mad Hatter's Annual Social and Tea. 

And electric waterfalls with loud, jeering calls, 

and formal dance balls with noted pitfalls — 

a time unmatched will certainly be yours, 

on the Magical Mystery Tour. 

The Mystery Tour awaits you now 

to wander here and there, 

to pick a flower or feed a duck 

or pass the kick, to drop and stare. 

Before the journey is nearly done 

ye weary travelers stop your Run. 

The road is not yet smooth at all. 

There stands an immediate Port of Call. 

There is that one more mountain crest 

that will have been your final Test. 

Of test tubes, burners, textbooks, too, 

float by Jordan secured by Meanies-in-Blue. 

The Magical Mystery Tour comes true. 

For you the travelers, the land will coast 

through hoops and nets and over a Post, 

across the Land of Many Bands 

to the famous C of Clubs. 

And here you travelers will find the end 

of the Mystery Tour on which you're sent. 

Or have you yet reached your Hour in Time 

at the end of a four-year academic climb? 

Rolled up, rolled up on the Mystery Tour — 

the Magical Mystery Tour has taken you away. 



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OPENING SECTION I . . . CITATIONS 21 ^STtJOENT LIFE 34 . . . SENIORS 81 . . . ADMINISTRATION 105. . . HEADS jOF 





ORGANIZATIONS 152 .. . HOUSING 184 .. . ADS, INDEX 224 .. . CLOSING SECTION 24% 



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'You say yes, I say no, You say stop, I say go. 




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am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together 



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JULIE NIXON EISENHOWER 



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SENATOR 

EDWARD M. KENNEDY 



"It doesn't matter 
much to me." 




. There's so many there to meet.' 




"Now that you know who you are, 
what do you want to do? 
And have you traveled very far? 
Far as the eye can see." 

—JOHN LENNON-PAUL McCARTNEY 




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CITATIONS . 



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FACULTY SALLY BECK — certified clinical (girl) psychologist . . . Hubby's a prof, too , . . "work- 
ing with young people provides a glimpse into the future" . . . collects Navajo crafts . . . raises poodles . . . our 
resident "pro". DICK CAUGER — Marguette and Northwestern . . . humanizing English . . . worries about polit- 
ics . . . sarcastic, sardonic, yet always sympathetic ... In Pipe We Trust ... I love him, but I hatehim . . three 
time a week. FRANK COOPER — Atlanta . . . one year replacement? . . . spots individual student's needs . . . 
selected by patronage — "I get the students concert jobs" . . . guiet wit . . . BBC lecturer . . . save the Roman- 
tics ... and put BU on the Musical Map. NICK CRIPE— the service started him teaching: "like finding a gold 
mine in your own backyard" . . . "addicted to a game called golf" . . . winningest team at BU . . . crea+ es 
intellectuality. JOSEFA CROWE— teaches "because I'm a sucker for punishment" . . . SA martyr . . . loved by 
all (that count) ... a university: "community set apart for the gathering, sharing and using of Knowledge, with a 
stress on Truth, Freedom, Relevance, Individuality, and Responsibility". BILL DAWN — chemical engineer . . . 
"monetary rewards of industry are not the eguivalent of the satisfaction found in teaching" . . . gentility . . . 
photography and cooking (ever thought about a TV Show?) . . . "take the subject seriously but not myself". 
GEORGE GEIB— Purdue Student Senate . . . broke Greek control . . . GE College Bowl (5 times) . . . BU: "nice 
balance between research, teaching, and campus life" ... The Collector (stamps, campaign buttons, model sol- 
diers) . . . photo and film . . . anybody seen Mae West? BEN HADDOX — Magna Cum Laude, Stetson . . . 
Reverend Ben . look him up in Who's Who, he already knows all of you . . . "concern with human beings in 
their interaction" . . . Religion in Columbia . . . swellest guy. WILD BILL HEPLER— Brookville, PA . . where? 
... no plans for teaching until that assistantship . . . bridge, poker (he looks the type) . . . "easy grader (sure) 
. golf and working in the woods (oh, those psychologists) . . . ideal university: "one that I'm president of . 
JOE KIRSCH— Southport Cardinal . . . teaching: "I wanted to learn, not work" . . . "relating chemto the lab- 
why chem is fun" . . . road rallying and athletics ... his classes: "we learn, and have a good time." BILL LAND 
—hippy from Indy .... . . goat herder (53 in all) . . . own organic food . . . Ecology Shop^ . . . Brown County 

commuter . . . "ecologically militant" . . . "make kids aware of the geography around them"— and aware we are 
... and we luv ya. CAROL MCMULLEN— the prof is a lady ... her start: a Sunday School Class while in 
grammar school . . . "enjoyed it so much and thought it so worthwhile, I've done it ever since" . . . sewing, 
bridge, and crafts . . . "sincere enthusiasm about my job". NANCY MOORE— Shortridge . . . BU Kappa . 

"above all else, I love students" . . . Winona Hospital Board VP . . . England and Wales . . . "always wanted to 
teach" . . . BU Award . . . "try to be fair" ... and she's sweet, too. JOE MORRISON— Pittsburgh— or therea- 
bouts planned on research . . . worked at Mellon Institute . . . "inject the philosophy of science" ... a real 
"Christian Scientist" . . . IVCF . . . solid and sincere— and smart, too. SMILING DICK OSBORNE— Whitten- 
burg ... not many school activities: "I'm a musician"— gigging on radio, TV . . . photography, carpentry for 
pleasure . . . nondiscriminant— will help any student ... 2 girls at BU (soon maybe 3) . . . tall, dark, and happy. 
BILL NEHER— BU Sigma Chi . . . Outstanding Male Student '65 . . . speech, history or language? . . . Educa- 
tion should be student-centered.". . . under mild appearance beats the heart of a faculty softball/baseball jock. 
STU SILVERS— from Brazil (there's one in Ind.) . . . Reading Program Parent . . . consulting, workshops . . 
Northern Colorado (oh, that country) . . . family bowling . . . cordial and dynamic . . . has that way with won 
PHIL ST. JOHN— New Hampshire and (gulp) Harvard . . . Marine Biology . . . thought of flying but didnt mind 
teaching at Harvard, Brandeis, or . . BU . . . sensitive and smiling . . . "door always open". ESTHER STANTON 
—journalism to soc . . . loveable . . . "more interested in the questions than the answers" . . . A ^good class is 
one in which I'm learning too." . . . sincere and sweet . . . what a nice lady. EMMA LOU THORNBKUU^H— 
resident scholar . . . CLU, Urban League, NAACP . . . travel, music and theatre ("have to go to London every 
year for the Theatre") . . . Afro-Amer. Studies pioneer . . . nationally reknown ... "I respect students —and 
do we respect you. GEORGE WALLER— from MoTown . . . impressive credentials . . .jazz and rock (he digs it) 
American History Research Center . . . only office with a stereo . . . interested, fair, highly learned . . . 
looks frightening but guite a guy. JACK WILEY— Yale . . . from S. Jersey . . .Japanese interpreter (Navy) . . . 
Julliard NY cello scene . . . made Springfield, O, musical . . . appreciates professionalism ot BU Ballet . . . 
we appreciate you. WILMA WOHLER— English to Home. Ec . . . "like to see a little more freedom . . . music, 
art, and photography . . . Home Ec. is creativity. „.,„. „„,. ,, 

STUDENTS GEORGE G. YEARSICH and DONNA L BERKSHIRE . . . together or separate- 
Most Outstanding in 71 and 72 . . . academic and extra-curricular— the list is infinite ... The Champions. 









'All entries will be final ... in case of a 
tie. duplicate prizes will be awarded. 




Seemingly pretentious to most of us, but 
in reality, non-existent. 




A chromium smile, usually over C-Club 
coffee. 



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JOSEFA CROWE 

"Other profs apply violence to their students. I save it for the bugs in my organic garden." 

WILLIAM S. DAWN 

'I try to draw the students out . . . but I guess I'm as guilty as the rest for trying to stuff knowledge." 






GEORGE GEIB 

WC says, "less expansion, more experimentation at 



BENJAMIN HADDOX 

"I try to get a mutual trust and confidence between 
myself and my students.'' . . . and he does. 




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"I dream of the day when I can be a beachcomber or 
a mountain hermit." 



Remaining "a student until I die" . . . and he means it 




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WILLIAM T. LAND 

Our own token hippy prof. 

CAROL J. MCMULLEN 

With the professional fervor of Chef Huntley, she 
reads her Kiddie Lit. 



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Students are interested by the ideas with 
which the Mind of Man has always 

struggled. 




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WILLIAM NEHER 

"Teaching is invigorating." . . . but Bill, this isn't Africa 

RICHARD OSBORNE 

"I think they know I'm trying to do my part." 




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I like to think that I'm doing something, but 
interest in the reading classes is basica 
intrinsic 





ESTHER STANTON 

I project myself as I think he sees 
me, but that doesn't mean that he 
sees me the way I think he sees 
me, but then again . . . 

EMMA LOU 
THORNBROUGH 



The Lady is a Scholar 
helluva nice one. 



and a 



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GEORGE M. WALLER 

Good students can learn anywhere and good teachers can teach 
anywhere." . . . Were you suggesting BU, George? 

JACKSON B. WILEY 

I guess I care more because we need the good students here." 




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WILMA WOHLER 

"To me, there is a richness in teaching.' 

GEORGE YEARSICH, DONNA 
BERKSHIRE 

Student Body SuperStars. 




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)ENT LIFE . . . STUDENT LIFE . . . STUDENT LIFE . . . STUDENT LIFE . . . STUDENT LIFE . . . STUDENT LIFE . 



RUSH — exhausting but fun . . . smile, smile, smile . . . rusher or rushee? . . . skits show what BU life should be 
... go out and sell that house . . . going fishing in the dorms for future alums . . . fill that quota. ORIENTA- 
TION — shock of their lives . . . Alex speaks out ... a time to find friends and a future . . . sleeping in Clowes 
. . . advisors' meetings and library tours . . . room-shuffling in the dorms. REGISTRATION — a big pain . . . 
marathon form filling . . . escalating tuition charges . . . Print Hard — This Is A Triplicate . . . smile for your 
picture laminated in plastic ... a two-hour torture. FRESHMAN SKITS — Tri Delts take a first with "Home Town 
Honeys" . . . Alpha Phis follow with "My Fair Freshman" . . . Kappas land third spoofing pledgeship — irony 
personified. HOMECOMING — yes, there was one this year . . . Hunger Hike to Holliday Park . . . WAJC plays 
Big Bopper at the Hop . . . old timers meet under the Big Top ... Phi Delt pledges are top charioteers . . . 
victory in the Butler Bowl . . . belittling Wabash Little Giants. OCTOBERFEST— or farce . . . Peppercorn, Head 
East, Nebula Spoon, others . . . frizbee contest cancelled but Nu Chi Alpha wins by default . . . ten freaks total 
attendance . . . another fall failure. DAD'S DAY — banquets, open houses, and a soggy Butler Bowl . . . alum 
association puts the pinch on the Old Man . . . Dads observe where their money's going . . . POW-MIA 
MARCH — Hudnut speaks for peace . . . Angel Flight sponsors . . . candlelight cradles hopes that were to come 
true . . . scores of braceleted marchers . . . "let this be a lasting peace." MOVIES — Student Assembly and Ross 
Hall project some Academy Award winners . . . Mae West to Gene Hackman . . . smoke and empty wine bot- 
tles crowd the group in 131 . . . security-guarded viewings . . . Johnson and Loomis: Producers . . . other hits — 
Rosemary's Baby and Forbidden Planet. BUTLER BEAUTIES — Top Ten Co-eds Julie Opell, Dana Hardwick and' 
Linda Davis share the crown . . . Miss Butler: Alpha Chi Omega president Deb Brallier . . . junior Lori Showley 
lands the Arnold Air Queen title. ARNOLD AIR BALL — Air Force "Senior Prom" . . . the Last Formal . . > 
decorations for the first time ever ... an Air Force dance at an Army base? SWEETHEARTS— Jan Spoon 
(Sigma Chi) ... Kit Ford (Kappa Sig) . . . Susan Wirthwein (Phi Delt) . . . Cindy Hartley (Delt) . . . Susie Riley 
(Sigma Nu) . . . Linda Pautsch (Phi Psi) . . . Carol Papola (Lambda Chi) . . . Sue Wood (Nu Chi) . . . Judy 
Newbold, stricken by appendicitis, recovers to her position as TKE Sweetheart. DERBY DAY — Pi Phis claim cham- 
pionship with three first (pyramid, around-the-world, skin the snake) . . . Mary Menez of Alpha Chi receives the 
Golden Derby . . . rain and sleet dampen the ground; but not pledge spirit . . . muddy Mystery Event captures 
by leaping Suzanne Yeardon. GENEVA STUNTS — Ross and Robertson take the big honors . . . YMCA manages 
the show . . . Alpha Phis and Phi Delts cop second prizes . . . poor attendance nets financial deficit . . . Most 
Original went to Phi Delts. SPRING SING — Ross and Alpha Phis take a first . . . songbirds from Schwitzer are 
first among females . . . "fantastic — I was in it" ... Phi Psi/Robertson place second. TRIK-LA-TRON — Pi- 
Phi/Sigma Nu team hustle to record-breaking victory . . . Kappas and Alpha Phis also place ... Jo Ann Van 
Winkle reigns in the winners' circle . . . Butler's Little 500— on three wheels. SADIE HAWKINS DAY— the 
Humane Society would protest . . . who's the pig? . . . Sigma Nus — they, uh, won the, er, Tug-of-War . . . 
Laurie Fallin is crowned corn queen . . . Teke Larry Hoke is judged the Champion Chugger. SPRING WEEKEND 
— memorable . . . saddle shoe performance by the Fabulous Rhinestones . . . McKendree Spring entertain the 
high schoolers and a few BU kids . . . the Byrds are alive again, to bring tears to our eyes . . . orbit to entertain 
the masses of Young Indy . . . 10,000 kids — my God, our own Woodstock . . . the Girls' Gym? MATRIX TABLE 
— Theta Sigma Phi becomes Women's Communications, Inc.: a sexist organization ... no independents entered 
. . . speeches and fried chicken . . . Mrs. Jones' late entry . . . Janet McKown reigns. 



RUSH 

P. 35: upper left — Rushees leave Schwitzer en route to preference parties, 
upper right — Delta Gammas welcome prospective members to "An 
Anchors Aweigh Cruise"; lower left — Theta Patti Abbi+t makes prepara- 
tions for "Thetaland of Oz"; lower center — Alpha Chi Ann Scherer escorts 
Julie Cripe up "A Pathway of Carnations" lower right — DGs greet Kris 
Anderson. 




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P.36: upper left— John Goetten, Carl Tyre, and Jeffrey Brant relax during 
Freshman Getaway; upper right— the weekend also provides a time for 
solitude and contemplation; lower right— "Granite" at the mixer. 
P.37: upper right— newly-pledged sorority women reunite at the Panhel- 
lenic Banquet; lower left— Mrs. Phillip Mendenhall, former "500" Queen 
and Pi Phi alum, delivers her speech; lower right— Margaret Orlup 
accepts the scholarship trophy for Delta Delta Delta's 1972 pledge class. 



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ORIENTATION AND REGISTRATION 



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P. 38: upper left — tuition-paying students form 
long cashier lines; center left — Janet Armstrong 
has her ID picture taken by Officer Dave 
McCullough; lower left — Orientation Week speak- 
ers are President Jones, Dean Schwomeyer, and 
Dean Arbogast; upper right — John Nazzaro buys 
his textbooks; center and lower right — Freshmen 
assemble at their first convocation. 
P. 39: upper left— Tri Delts Cathie Mills and 
Wendy MacDonald portray "home town honeys" 
to take top honors in the freshman skits; center left 
— Alpha Phi pledges Judy Jones and Terri Scott 
win first runner-up in the competition; lower left — 
Thetas are rushees in their skit; lower right — Kap- 
pas Carol Osborne and Jeri Hancock watch Sue 
Hutchison and Meri Hinds play "typical freshmen". 



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P. 40: upper right — Sigma Nu's house decs; 
left center— Phi Delt-Sigma Chi chariot race; 
lower right— couple at the WAJC '50's dance. 
P. 41: upper left — Line forms for hunger hike; 
upper center — Judy Harvey and Robert James 
Eckman; upper right— the hike starts; right 
center — S+eve Whitney collapses after hike; 
left center — Sigma Chis portray the '50's; 
lower left — "Massachusetts Assembly" plays 
while; lower center — Lana Stennett "rocks and 
rolls" to the '50's. 



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P. 42: center — "Nebula Spoon" entertains the sparse crowd attending the OCTOBER- 
FEST; lower left — The students enjoy the strong vibrations of "Peppercorn"; lower right 
— "Peppercorn" makes OCTOBERFEST under the booming effects of the girls' gym. 
P. 43: upper left — The students and dads watch an exciting Butler-Evansville game; 
upper right — Val Corcoran and her parents enjoy the Dad's Day Luncheon in Hinkle; 
lower right — The fathers of our Bulldog football team wait for the game to start; lower 
left — President Jones celebrates the day by flying school balloons. 



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POW— MIA MARCH: OCT. 25, 1972 . . . PEACE: JAN. 27, 1973 





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MISS BUTLER — DEB BRALLIER 




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TOP TEN COEDS 




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LORI SHOWLEY — ARNOLD AIR FORCE QUEEN 




ARNOLD AIR FORCE BALL 
COL. POWELL, LORI SHOWLEY, COL HINSHAW RUNNERS-UP — DUBBIE HOFFMAN, PATTY SHUTE 




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CAROL PAPOLA — LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



SWEETHEARTS 




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JAN SPOON — SIGMA CHI 



CYNDI HARTLEY — DELTA TAU DELTA 




CINDY VAILLENCOURT — TKE 



SUSIE RILEY — SIGMA NU 




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P. 52: upper left — Sigma Chis choose Mary Menez as 
Derby Day queen; upper right — Carolyn Nichols 
rushes through "Round the World"; center — pledges 
charge forward; lower left — Becky Horner shows 
enthusiasm; lower right — Barb John tries to win. 
P. 53: upper left — Judy Willemain smiles despite the 
mud; upper right — Jack Babinac wrestles a brother on 
the Sigma Chi lawn; center — Coaches model results 
of the "Yard and a Half" contest; lower left — Alpha 
Phis complete their pyramid; lower center — Lori 
Rippa makes a turn under Mike Sozio's instruction; 
lower right — Pi Phi pledges erect the winning pyra- 
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972 GENEVA STUNTS 



P. 54: upper right — members of Ross an 
lobertson Halls display talents which 
result in first place presentation and per- 
formance awards; lower left — Schwitzer 
residents perform a dance routine during 
"Try to Remember"; lower right — Phi 
Delta Theta men offer their act, "These 
Are the Times That Try Men's Souls". 
P. 55: upper left — Alpha Phis dance in 
"Big Nicky's Hideaway"; upper right — 
PDTs reveal their dramatic style, which 
wins the "most original presentation" 
award; lower left — Dan Brewer, Ross, por- 
trays Talullah Bankhead; lower right — 
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P. 56: upper left — Delta Tau Delta and PI Beta Phi; upper right — 
Delta Gamma; lower left — Phi Kappa Psi and Robertson Residence 
Hall; lower right — Alpha Phi and Ross Residence Hall. 
P. 57: upper left — Schwitzer; upper right — Doug King presents the 
first place trophy to Donna S+encel, Alpha Phi, and Bill Hazen, Ross 
mixed group competition winners; lower left — Alpha Chi Omega. 



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P. 58: upper right — queen candidates Jo Van Win- 
kle (winner), Doreen Deffenbaugh, Paula Frasz, Trish 
Whitcomb, Lori Showley, Sally Meeker, Sail Shep- 
ley, and Terry Vernon smile for the judges; lower 
left — Victorious Pi Phis Jill Burgess, Debbie 
Cowart, and Nancy Seghetti after the race; lower 
right — Alpha Chi Sherdene Sorenson pushes 
toward the end. 

P. 59: upper left— Diane Miller rides for a KKG 
second place title; lower left — Participants pedal 
to the victory line; upper right — Theta Lisa Keller 
flashes toward the finish; lower right — Trikesters 
cut a quick corner around the Delts' track. 




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KAPPA SIGMA SADIE HAWKINS DAY 




P. 60: Sadie Hawkins Day Queen candidates: row one — Debbie Miller, Connie Pollack, Susan Smith, Sue Schron; row two — Laurie Fallin 

(queen), Susan Dowd, Nancy Schultz, and Sharon Nichols smile and pose for the judges of the event. 

P. 61: upper left — Alpha Chi Cindy Gash awaits the pig chase; upper right — Candy Whittle, Pi Phi, gets a fair catch; center right — DG 

Helen Perkins attempts to grip her prize pig; lower left — Sigma Nus win the tug-of-war; lower right — TKE Larry Hoke chugs winning 

cider. 



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SPRING WEEKEND 
THE BYRDS 







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MCKENDREE SPRING 




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THETA SIGMA PHI MATRIX TABLE 







Upper right — Jamie Phillippe accepts a Spoke 
Award; lower left — Smiling, Julie Opell 
receives her Hub Award; upper right — Theta 
Sigma Phi president Janet McKown speaks; 
lower right — Mrs. Jones presents a Hub 
Award to Jan Spoon. 



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_Y PRODUCTIONS . . . LILLY PRODUCTIONS . . . LILLY PRODUCTIONS . . . LILLY PRODUCTIONS . . . LILL > 



DANCE — favorite opening ballet, Les Sylphides, in a December presentation . . 
cracker . . . first entire presentation of Nutcracker at Butler in eight years . . 
Orchestra . . . George Verdak, chief stager . . . Butler Ballet Mid-Year Varieties i 
talent and style . . . work with little dancers through Special Instruction Division 



also Igrouchki and The Nut- 
accompanied by the Butler 
March exhibit wide range of 
. . on tour, ballet company 



upstages Southern Illinois University . . . average dancer's load: 20+ hours (including Saturday morning classes!). 
OPERA — repeated performances (specially requested after summer session success) of two act Help! Help! The 
Globolinks . . .Jackson Wiley heads March Opera workshops displaying the vocal wares of all ages and profes- 
sions . . . also a sneak preview of future performances . . . from Lilly to Clowes is the Concerto Program featur- 
ing soloists and the University Orchestra . . . soloists were picked by judges from BU's finest . . . children's 
opera, Amahl and the Night Visitors, presented to underprivileged children during the Christmas season. CHOIRS 
— total of six . . . keenly competitive . . . under the direction of James Mulholland, James Lindholm, Wayne 
Wentzel, and Jack Eaton . . . Mozart Requiem in March including Contemporary Choir, University Chorale, and 
University Choir . . . Contemporary Choir offers Advent program at the Art Museum and tours the Windy City 
in April . . . illuminating extravaganza, Christmas Candlelight, with both secular and sacred music . . . accented 
by an infant's cries. INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE — University Symphony with three major concerts in Clowes . . . 
conducted by veteran Jackson Wiley . . . good program of concerto performances . . . John Colbert leads 
Symphonic Band . . . two home performances, one road tour . . . Stage Bands (A and B) . . . following the 
Downbeat Guide ... a tribute to Neil Hefti . . . brass, woodwind, string ensembles . . . solo recitals put the 
spotlight on first-time stars . . . performance here is proving ground for future professionalism. DRAMA — The 
Days and Nights of BeeBee Fenstermaker makes October debut . . . The Women . . . story of the Marx brothers, 
Minnie's Boys, directed by George Willeford . . . "Say the secret word and win a hundred bucks" . . . sold out 
performances every night . . . spring productions: Hail Scrawdyke (room 160 transformed into a beautiful thea- 
ter) and Reader's Theatre . . . ever-popular student choice, One Act Series, in April . . . Beggar's Opera coming 
in May . . . drama majors: performing in Clowes, Lilly 160, Lilly Lounge, the C Club, you name it, our dramatists 
are there . . . more entertainment for students and the Indy community. CLOWES PRODUCTIONS — featured 
orchestra: New York Philharmonic, under the direction of Pierre Boulez . . . "The Duke" Ellington brings a new 
band to old fans . . . popular New York "minority comedians" Cheech and Chong . . . Don Ameche steps out of 
the circus spotlight to star in No, No, Nanette . . . Hilda Somers, Rudolph Nureyev in the early spring . . . 
international scene . . . from Israeli violinist to the London Symphony . . . Kreskin the Magician. ROMANTIC 
FESTIVAL — Spring 72: fifth year . . . Victor Borge: star of the show and comedian par excellence . . . Festival 
originator and organizer, Frank Cooper . . . music masters come to Butler . . . violin virtuosity: Aaron Rosand 
. . . biggest Festival crowd ever . . . included a romantic ballet . . . Jascha Silberstein: cellist . . . pianist: 
Gunnar Johansen . . . special program trio of Rosand, Johansen, and Silberstein in world premiere performance 
together . . . Butler ballet, orchestra, and chorus participate . . . form student-inspired performances . . . 
$18,000 Bosendorfer, "Rolls Royce of Pianos," given as gift to Clowes. 



DANCE 





P. 66: upper — Susan Niehaus poses 

for Les Sylphides; center left and 
center — Patricia Sweeney performs 
"The Spanish Dance" in Nutcracker 
Suite; center right — Roger Triplet! 
and Pat Sweeney illustrate the grace 
of the romantic ballet Les Sylphides; 
lower left — Therese Chatlien por- 
trays the Sugarplum Fairy; lower 
center — Bobby Cook and Leslie Nor- 
ton are tin soldiers in Nutcracker; 
lower right — Russian doll Marsha 
Hooks smiles for her lover in 
Igrouchki, and later shows her dis- 
content toward him. 
P. 67: upper left — Nutcracker Suite's 
cast poses for the finale; center — 
Sally Meeker dominates the scene 
with a lift in the "Waltz of the Flow- 
ers", lower left — Pat Douglass and 
Steve Heck are the Chinese dancers; 
lower right — Dancing Spanish senori- 
tas reflect upon their carefree lives. 



DANCE 



Upper left — Steve Heck and Patricia 
Douglass in Nutcracker's Chinese 
Dance"; upper center — Deb Larson 
practices for the "Arabian Dance"; 
upper right — Mim Sparks rehearses; 
lower left — Bobby Cook and Marsha 
Hooks as Russian dolls; center right 
— Mr. William Glenn and Mr. 
George Verdak; lower right — scene 
from Igrouchki. 



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OPERA 




AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS 



JACKSON WILEY 





Upper left — Jon Reynolds, janitor, 
explains to the teachers how he killed 
the Globolink; upper right — bus driver 
Stan Stearns is asked, Where is 
Emily?"; center left — Tony Lux 
describes his box of jewels to Amahl 
(Tony Sharp) as kings Stan Stearns and 
Bill Hemmert look on; center right — Mr. 
Jackson Wiley supervises the touring 
production of Amahl and the Night Vis- 
itors; lower left — dancing shepherdesses 
perform for the children. 



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CONTEMPORARY CHOIR 

CONTEMPORARY CHOIR includes: Bill Axley, Jane Beals, Greg Beem, Gail Bettis, Sue Bevelhimer, Mike Bryan, Dave Carfolite, Mike 
Close, Mark Emmons, Rich Erlich, Sue Fisher, Janet Flasch, Pat Gallagher, Sandy Gilbert, Jim Hart, Gary Johannes, Sheryl Johnson, Mike 
Kessen, Dennis Kienitz, Ernest Klein, Larry Krauser, Pam Krauser, Tony Lux, Dennis McCoy, Penny Masouris, Linda Metaxas, Tom Outt, Judy 
Pelton, Mike Rawlings, Steve Reed, Carole Scherle, Robin Shugars, Sam Smith, Deb Tate, Bob Taylor, Steve Virgil, Joan Walton, Mary 
Washburn, Deb Williams. 




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UNIVERSITY CHORALE 




Members of the UNIVERSITY CHORALE are: Robert Abel, Mark Benson, Debbie Black, Bruce Bloom, Ruthann Boles, Donna Brinson, Eunice 
Broady, Bertram Brown, Cathy Cole, William Christoff, Philip Cox, Robert Curry, Kathleen Custer, Dorothy Davis, Beth Dickerson, Dave 
Evans, Lydia Ferguson, Marianne Flanagan, Robin Forbes, Cynthia Frankiewicz, Cynthia Gash, Paula Goff, Steve Gray, Loren Greenawalt, 
William Hemmert, Nancy Holloway, Dana Hood, Ellen Howey, Pamela Hulett, Dianne lauco, Elizabeth Joyce, Cathy Levin, Vicki Madaras, 
Maureen McCoy, Mary Menez, Debbie Merrick, Janette Morgan, Marilyn Nay, Kevin O'Day, Jeannette Oyler, David Petermann, Valerie 
Phelps, Brent Precious, Jennifer Premo, Tamara Ray, Donald Roane, Gary Robinson, Nancy Schultz, Peter Sims, Lexa Stewart, Mary Stewart, 
Wendy Stiles, Sheridan Stormes, Holly Stowe, Mary Strittmatter, Dan Updegraff, Mark Willen. The Director is Mr. James Mulholland. 



UNIVERSITY CHOIR 




Members of the UNIVERSITY CHOIR 

include: Debbie Anderson, Lottie Ash- 
more, Anne Birchman, Georgia Cor- 
brey, Barbara Decoursey, Kathy Devoe, 
David Dodson, Vicki Drews, William 
Fenton, Rachel Godollei, Peg Gregory, 
Christine Gumerson, Ramona Harbison, 
Charmaine Heiden, Dianne Holmes, 
Elise Hott, Patricia Houser, Amy Isen- 
hower, Barb John, Susan Kinne, Juliann 
Klapp, Paula Koehl, John Kovach, Veva 
Kuhn, Patti Lakes, Holly Lambert, Vicki 
Lindley, Joyce Luttrell, Lynn McKee, 
Kyle McKinley, Paul McMichael, Sally 
Merrick, Dawnie Noble, Margaret 
Raper, Alison Rooker, Meredyth Rosen- 
berg, G. M. Schelle, Dennis Seeger, 
Teresa Simmermon, Betsy Stafford, 
Gayle Sylvester, Janet Tews, Maxine 
Whisler, Walter Wood, Sherry Wooley, 
Marcia Zaleski, Mr. Wayne Wentzel. 



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INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLES 



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SYMPHONIC BAND 



P. 72: upper left — Arte Reiner; 
upper right — Mike Close, Rex 
Thomas, Richard Klippel; lower 
left — Mr, Rudolf: Stage Band; 
lower center — Barry Santini. P. 
73: upper left — Mr. Wiley: 
Univ. Symphony; upper center 
— Gary Spaulding, Al Savia, 
Carol Dreywood; upper right 
— Linda Metaxas; center right 
— Helen Beecher, Jim Brainard, 
Katsuhiko Watanabe, Mike 
Hagen, Ltydia Ferguson, Sally 
Woodward; lower left — Dr. 
Colbert: Symphonic Band; 
lower right — Steve Atkins, 
Cheryl Potts, Jeff Smith, and 
Doug Carter in Symphonic. 



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74 




DRAMA 

P. 74: center left — Crystal Is 
harassing Mary as the women 
at the dress shop listen; lower 
left — the sophisticates (Tanya 
Devore, Connie Schaefer, 
Pam Pet+igrew, Laura Derby) 
of The Women gather for an 
afternoon of gossip; upper 
right — Miriam (Cyndi Hart- 
ley) takes a swing at Sylvia; 
lower right — the hairdresser 
fusses over the Countess de 
Lage (Rachel Godollei). 
P. 75: upper left— Edith 
bemoans the fact that she is 
pregnant again; lower left — 
Peggy (Tanya Devore) com- 
plains to Lucy (Diana Martin); 
lower center — Mary (Pat 
Noga) receives some moth- 
erly advice from Tess Edel- 
man; lower right — Crystal 
(Beth Kazmer), a blond floozy, 
gets put in her place as the 
play comes to a close. 





DRAMA 

P. 76: upper left — Beebee 
(Marcy Olive) meets Ed 
Busby (Bill Grady): upper 
center — Ed moves in with 
Beebee; upper right — Bee- 
bee's mother (Tess Edel- 
man) and two aunts (Jill 
Dole and Leslie Norton) 
loom in Beebee's back- 
ground; center left — Bee- 
bee discovers Ed is taking 
advantage of her; lower 
right — after losing Ed 
Beebee finds that life holds 
no meaning for her. 
P. 77 : left— Mrs. McNish 
(Wendy Saus) and Julie 
Marx (Bill Grady) in "You 
Remind Me of You"; 
upper center — Frenchie 
Marx (Prof. Dan Scuro) 
asks why he has five no- 
good sons; middle center 
— cast of Minnie's Boys in 
the "Finale"; lower center 
— Minnie, the boys (Kevin 
McClarnon, Bill Grady, 
Allen Cornell, Roger Lowe, 
Dan Brewer), and Uncle Al 
(Prof. Bernard Wurger); 
lower right — Minnie (Che- 
ryl Peterson) in "If You 
Wind Me Up". 




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"THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON 

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'NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH" 




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P. 78: upper — J. J. Lewis and Stephen Collins 
star in the comedy, 'No Sex Please, We're Brit- 
ish'; upper right — cast members of Pulitzer Prize 
winner, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in- 
the-Moon Marigolds; lower left — Shelly Berman 
leads Two by Two, a musical about Noah's Ark; 
lower right — Patty Jo from the Broadway hit, 
Purlie, performed during the fall. 
P. 79: upper left — Duke Ellington revives popu- 
lar music of the fifties: center — Bill Chase again 
excites Clowes Hall listeners; lower left — She- 
nyang Acrobatic Troupe performs in their third 
big U.S. show; right center — The New York Phil- 
harmonic charms Indianapolis in September. 



NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC 




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ROMANTIC FESTIVAL 
FRANK COOPER 



BUTLER UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 



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SENIORS 




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PATRICIA A. ABBITT 

Sheridan, Ind. 



MEG ABERNATHY 

Kingston, N.Y. 



COLLEEN K. ALBERT 

Peru, Ind. 



SUSAN J. ALLARDICE 

Northport, N.Y. 



BRUCE D. ALTHOFF 

Northport, N.Y. 




GREGORY R. ALVIS 

Shelbyville, Ind. 



ARLEEN J. ANDERSON 

Northport, N.Y. 



KAREN L AUBLE 

Hopkinsville, Ky. 



MICHAEL D. AUSTIN 

Anderson, Ind. 



MERRILEE BACKDERF 

Franklin, Ohio 




SAMMYE A. BAKER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



KATHRYN A. BARKER 

Kingsport, Tenn. 



JANIS C. BARNES 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



PATRICK J. BARNES 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



MICHAEL E. BECKER 

Reynoldsburg, Ohio 



AMY C. BENEKER 

Brookville, Ind. 



BARBARA D. BIGNALL 

Kirkwood, Mo. 



GARY L. BINGHAM 

Franklin, Ind. 



D. MICHAEL BLUE 

Noblesville, Ind. 



REBECCA P. BLUE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




SARA A. BOND 

Louisville, Ky. 



PATRICIA J. BOYLE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DANIEL L. BREWER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



MARY K. BREWER 

Findlay, Ohio 



BETSY J. BRUSH 

Painesville, Ohio 




HOWARD A. BRUSKIN 

Hamden, Conn. 



MIKE G. BULLINGTON 

Franklin, Ind. 



STEPHEN R. BURKETT 

Richmond, Ind. 



CARY R. BUXTON 

Peterborough, N.H. 



JUDITH E. CAHN 

Huntington, N.Y. 



JUDY HOLSHOUSER, CHRIS ANDERSON 




TODD NIELSEN 



MARIO VIAN 



JOE DIETZ 




ANN M. CARLSON 

Niles, III. 



RONALD L. COOPER 

Clayton, Ind. 



MICHAEL E. CARR 

Shelbyville, Ind. 



PENNY CHRISTOFF 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



THOMAS C. COOKE 

Kokomo, Ind. 



CYNTHIA S. COOPER 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 




WILLIAM R. CRISPEN 

Logansport, Ind. 



THEA COULIS 

Munster, Ind. 



EMILY J. COX CLARENCE CRAIN DEBORAH A. CREASEY 

Rockville, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. 




RICKCUMMINGS 

Cloverdale, Ind. 



LOUIS E. CURRY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



CHARLES R. CUTRERA EMILY S. DAGEFORDE 

Oak Brook, III. Indianapolis, Ind. 



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SUSAN E. DALE 

Oaklawn, III. 



DONALD S. DARKO 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



CAROLE J. DAVIS 

Roslyn, N.Y. 



GENEVIEVE E. DAVIS 

Havertown, Pa. 



LINDA M. DAVIS 

Northport, N.Y. 



L DOREEN DEFFENBAUGH 

Bedford, Ind. 



DANA D. DEICH 

Danville, Ind. 



CHARLES A. DELANCEY 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



JOSEPH E. DAVIS 

Elwood, Ind. 




LAURA L DERBY 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. 




CALISTA C. DILLEY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



ANN C. DIVINE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



NEAL C. DORSEY 

Frankfort, Ind. 



PAT DOUGLASS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



SUSAN L. DRESEL 

Louisville, Ky. 



THOMAS W. DUNKER 

Batesville, Ind. 



MAREL E. EAGER 

Wakefield, Mass. 



THOMAS E. EBY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



RONALD L. EDWARDS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



ANNETTE C. ETTER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




DAVID P. EVANS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



THERESA L EVANS 

Michigan City, Ind. 



CARL A. FABISZAK 

Oak Lawn, III. 



JANET R. FARRAR 

Mt. Carmel, III. 



PATRICIA R. FERRUCCI 

Montclair, N.J. 




OWEN M. FIELD, 

Shelbyville, Ind. 



PATRICIA L FOGARTY 

Poland, Ohio 



KATHRYN A. FORD 

Morton Grove, III. 



EDVARD R. FREDRIKS 

East Hanover, N.J. 



LOUIS F. GAINES 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



JAMES A. GENTRY 

Pittsboro, Ind. 



MARK E. GIBSON 

Akron, Ohio 



LYNN L GOEBEL 

Munster, Ind. 



JAMIE E. GOULD 

Dumont, N.J. 



WILLIAM L. GRADY 

Wayne, N.J. 




CHRISTINE W. GRAY CATHERINE A. GRIMES DARLA J. GRIMES 

Fairland, Ind. Anderson, Ind. Greencastle, Ind. 



LEWIS O. HALL 

Sewickley, Pa. 



RANDY S. HAMILTON 

Converse, Ind. 




JAMIE L. HANNA 

Wilmette, III. 



LARRY L HANSON 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



JOHN A. HARDESTY 

Rochester, N.Y. 



DANA Y. HARDWICK 

Louisville, Ky. 



FRANCIA K. HARLESS 

Kokomo, Ind. 



JOHN HARDESTY 




WES DIXON 



MIKE AYRES 




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ELISABETH A. HARTER 

Anderson, Ind. 



JUDITH C. HARVEY 

Richmond, Ind. 



RANDOLPH S. HASS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



JANET S. HAUSER 

Mooresville, Ind. 



GARY L HAVENS 

Plainfield, Ind. 




SHERRY K. HEBERLING 

Vermilion, Ohio 



BARBARA A. HELVATY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DARRELL M. HIEBER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



KATHLEEN G. HIMES 

Michigan City, Ind. 



MARY A. HOFFMAN 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




MICHAEL L HOFFMAN 

Dyer, Ind. 



JUDY HOLSHAUSER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DANA F. HOOD 

Flora, Ind. 



MARY ANNE F. HUDOCK 

Merrillville, Ind. 



PAMELA L. HULETT 

Munster, Ind. 



RHONDA I. ISAKSON 

Hobart, Ind. 



ELIZABETH A. ISENBERG 

West Orange, N. J. 



ALVIN O. JACKSON 

Indianola, Miss. 



MICHELLE M. JARVIS 
Southgate, Mich. 



KAREN L JEFFRIES 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




BEVERLY L JOHNSON 

Carmel, Ind. 



ERIK C. A. JOHNSON 

Dedham, Mass. 



LINDA L JOHNSON 

Paoli, Ind. 



VALETTA KAMMER 

Highland, Ind. 



DIANE F. KAPLAN 

Gary, Ind. 




ELIZABETH C. KAZMER 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



JOSEPH J. KAZMER 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



ROBERT T. KENAGY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



GARY G. KENDRICK 

Highland, Ind. 



HOWARD J. KENNEY 

Chicago, III. 



SALLYANNE KERCHNER NANCY C. KILDUSKI KAREN W. KINEL 

Glenside, Pa. Dyer, Ind. Chesterton, Ind. 



DOUGLAS B. KING JACKIE A. KINGSBURY 

Chesterton, Ind. Monticello, Ind. 




SUSAN E. KINNE 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



KARLENE T. KINZLER 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



CYNTHIA L KIRSCH 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DEBORAH S. KLEIN 

Morristown, N.J. 



M. CARLA KOONTZ 

Gas City, Ind. 




MARTHA KORB 

Evansville, Ind. 



WAYNE P. KORCH 

Edison, N.J. 



RICK R. LAMPARELLI JO ANN LAWRENCE CATHERINE M. LEVIN 

Hamburg, N.Y. Kutztown, Pa. Manhasset, N.Y. 



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ALAN G. LEVY 

West Orange, N.J. 



JOSHUA L LITTMAN 

West Orange, N.J. 



WILLY W. LIU 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



LARRY LOOMIS 

Scarsdale, N.Y. 



JENNIFER G. LOWRY 

New Castle, Ind. 




FRANK M. LUKES GRACE L LUTTRELL MICHAEL MANDULA A. J. MARCATTILIO FAITH M. MARTIN 

St. John, Ind. Springfield, III. Merrillville, Ind. Trenton, N.J. Indianapolis, Ind. 




JANET G. McCOY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



TAMARA D. 
McEDWARDS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



E. MYERS McKINNEY 

Huntsville, Ala. 



GEORGE R. McKOWN 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



MARY JO MEDICH 

South Bend, Ind. 



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ROBERT N. MEILI 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



TONI L. METZE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DUANE L MOORE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



JAMES S. MOUNT 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DAVID M. MUELLER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




THOMAS J. MURPHY 

Farmingdale, N.J. 



WILLIAM F. MURPHY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



JOHN C. NELSON 

St. Louis, Mo. 



WILLIAM J. NEWBOLD 

Glen Head, N.Y. 



SUSAN M. NIEHAUS 

Raymond, III. 




TODD A. NIELSEN 

Newton, Iowa 



MARC G. NIENHUIS 

Holland, Mich. 



PATRICIA A. NOGA 

Parlin, N.J. 



BRIAN P. O'CONNOR 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



PATRICIA C. OHNE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



JIM HENSLE 




MARY M. ORDERS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DIANE M. PAGE 

Freeport, N.Y. 



MIRIAM K. ORELUP 

Danville, Ind. 



JOHN R. OSLER 

Carmel, Ind. 



MARY K. OSWALD 

Evansville, Ind. 



CAROL A. PAPOLA 

Toms River, N.J. 



SUSAN E. PARKS 

Hartford City, Ind. 



JAMENE PHILLIPPE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



ROBERT C. OVELMEN 

LaPorte, Ind. 




PATRICIA J. PICKETT 

Speedway, Ind. 




RUTH A. PIETRUSINSKI 

Chicago, III. 



DARRELL C. PIKE SUSAN G. PIPPENGER MARSHA L PLANCK THOMAS A. PLATE 

Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. 



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BOBBIE J. POOLE STEPHEN D. PRICE CARL J. RAGOZZINO MERI ANNE RALSTON MICHAEL C. REARICK 

Mooresville, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Lake Village, Ind. Carmel, Ind. 




JEANNE A. REISING SHARON S. REYNOLDS DAVID A. RICH DAVID A. RICH, I SUSAN P. RILEY 

Poseyville, Ind. Pittsboro, Ind. Philadelphia, Penn. Berkeley, Calif. Indianapolis, Ind. 




THOMAS W. RINEK BRUCE E. ROBERTS 

Wheaton, III. Osgood, Ind. 



GARY W. ROBINSON LETA L RODRIGUEZ 

Indianapolis, Ind. Gary, Ind. 



KENT A. ROSNER 

Points-North 



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GERRY ROTHAUSER 

Florham Park, N.J. 



JANE E. ROTHERT 

Evansville, Ind. 



JAY S. RUKLIC 

Homewood, III. 



KENNETH W. RUNYAN 

Speedway, Ind. 



JANET L. SAUTTER 

Howe, Ind. 




CONNIE E. SCHAEFER 

Bethlehem, Pa. 



WALT SCHNEIDER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



STEVE SCHRADER 

Peoria, III. 



SHARON SCHUCKERS 

Gary, Ind. 



ANN E. SCHWARTZ 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




WILLIAM R. SCOTT 

Fairland, Ind. 



BEN SCROBUNGES 

The Bowery, N.Y. 



DEBORAH D. SEARS 

Mooresville, Ind. 



JAMES M. SHARP 

Shelbyville, Ind. „ 



LYNDA K. SHARPNACK 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



GARY E. SHIRLEY 

Indianpolis, Ind. 



PATRICIA J. SHUTE 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



VICKI R. SIDEBOTTOM 

Brownsburg, Ind. 



KARILYN J. SISSON 

Zion, III. 



ALYSON H. SMITH 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




BETTY J. SMITH 

Mooresville, Ind. 



DAVID H. SMITH 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DAVID S. SMITH 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



KATHLEEN S. SMITH 

Hobart, Ind. 



MICHAEL L, SMITHA 

Indianapolis, Ind. 




FRANCHON M. SMITH- 
SON 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



EDWARD H. SNYDER 

Cicero, Ind. 



NORMA D. SNYDER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



KAROL K. SPARKS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



MARILYN SPARKS 

Silver Spring, Md. 



JAN MILLER, FRANCIE HARLESS 




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ADRIENNE M. SPERBER 

New Rochelle, N.Y. 



BECKY SPRADLING 

Carmel, Ind. 



LINDA J. STEPHANY 

Berea, Ohio 



DEAN J. STEPHENS 

Port Washington, N.Y. 



LANA STINNETT 

Marion, Ind. 




CATHARINE M. STOUT HEATHER S. STOWE 

Indianapolis, Ind. Northbrook, III. 



PAULA K. STUMP 

Nappanee, Ind. 



JOHN. E. SUDING 

New Whiteland, Ind. 



PATRICIA A. SWEENEY 

Burlington, N.J. 




LOUIS E. TAYLOR 

Guilford, Ind. 



ROBERT E. TAYLOR 

Cleveland, Ohio 



PATTIANN C. TEHAN 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



FAY M. THOMAS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



C. ANN THOMPSON 

Winamac, Ind. 



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CAROLYN THURSTON 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



JUDITH A. TILTON 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DEBORAH E. TODD 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



V|CKI J. TRUAX 
Arlington Hts., III. 



JONELL L TSARAS 

Western Springs, III. 




MARIO VIAN 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



ROBERT C. VOGLER 

Lake Park, Fla. 



R. GAY WAGNER 

Centerport, N.Y. 



MICHAEL WALDNER 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



H. STEPHEN WARGO 

Springfield, Ohio 




CHUCK F. WILLIAMS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



KATHRYN B. WILLIAMS 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



WILLIAM C. WINN 

Barrington, III. 



SUSAN K. WIRTHWEIN 

Evansville, Ind. 



KATHLEEN A. WISE 

Gary, Ind. 



STEVEN B. WOLFE 

Lakewood, N.J. 



PAMELA J. WOMER 

South Bend, Ind. 



TIMOTHY T. WRIGHT 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



CHERYL A. YOUNG 

Kokomo. Ind. 



J. EUGENE ZERCHER 

Nappanee, Ind. 











PRESIDENT ALEXANDER E. JONES 



MINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRATION 



F. E. ARBOGAST, DEAN OF STUDENT SERVICES — loans, grants, scholarships . . . directing and supervising 
... a consolidation of services . . . past ROTC Head. RAYMOND CAWTHORNE, REGISTRAR— the non-CIA 
file . . . responsible for registration (good luck!) . . . who said you aren't a number at BU? LOUIS CHENETTE, 
DEAN OF THE MUSIC COLLEGE — 600 kids . . . "best days still ahead". . . "eager to see programs leading to 
a more excellent school". GENE CHENOWITH, ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR— meeting the kids before they get to 
BU . . . amateur movie maker . . . "bright undergrad population" . . . semantician. RICHARD DAVIS, HEAD 
LIBRARIAN — putting over 2,000 rarities together . . . running the Glass Menagerie . . . rare book room: "Every- 
one is so enthusiastic once they see it; our job now is to make them aware". WILLIAM ETLING, ALUM SECRE- 
TARY and ROBERT STALCUP, DIRECTOR OF UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS— keeping the alum office active 
... a 21,000 person mailing list . . . alum publications and fund drives . . . the pro photographer on campus 
. . . helping the B-Men. RAYMOND GLADDEN, TREASURER-COMPTROLLER— every dollar of BU ... 24 
years at BU . . . collecting and dispursing . . . "students only pay about 60% of their costs". MARGARET 
GRIMES, DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SERVICES — coordinate the activities of students with places, dates and times 
. . . Mrs. Marlowe winds up doing the Blue Book . . . Atherton management. PAUL HINKLE, SPECIAL ASSIST- 
ANT (COMMUNITY AFFAIRS) — the man who put BU on the map . . . now on tour without the team — but with 
the spirit . . . most loved coach anywhere, "anytime . . . now scoring affection with alums. ALEXANDER ELVIN 
JONES, PRESIDENT — "coordinator of the symphony" ... Nth year in the hotseat . . . trying to "produce 
undergraduates of such quality as to remove any necessity for an apology for their background". KARL KAUF- 
MAN, DEAN OF THE PHARMACY COLLEGE— 165 kids heading for big $ . . . first college to offer drug 
information course accredited for educators . . . putting a C grade college into the A bracket . . . Drug Abuse 
book in fifth printing (in four years). JANE LEWIS, DEAN OF WOMEN— student favorite . . . ex-head of Proba- 
tion for Municipal Court . . . sororities and dorms . . . personal advising . . . nicest disciplinarian we ever met. 
ARTHUR LINDBERG, SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS— professional engineer . . . 
designed and supervised building of the Carillon, Observatory, Holcomb Gardens ... an artist, too . . . teach- 
ing a home ec course? CHRISTO MOCAS, DEAN OF EVENING AND SUMMER SESSIONS/MODERN LAN- 
GUAGE HEAD — 20 years in administration, 25 in teaching . . . 2200 evening and 2600 summer students . . . 
language and non-degree advising. JOSEPH NYGAARD, DEAN OF THE EDUCATION COLLEGE— planning 
courses, programs, and The Budget . . . 200 Jrs. Srs. (plus extras from Liberal Arts and Music) . . . questionnaires 
proved College success . . . friendly and helpful— and most educational. WILLIAM POWELL, V. PRESIDENT 
(FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT) — "developing financial resources for BU" . . . buildings at BU show "the symbol- 
ism of people believing in something" ..." as long as BU produces successful citizens, it will continue . 
THOMAS RHOADES, PLACEMENT BUREAU DIRECTOR— putting an end to the unemployment line . . . giving 
600 kids jobs . . . advising, career counseling . . . opportunities on our doorstep. DAVID ROBERTS, DEAN OF 
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL — another Easterner . . . from Business Dean to Graduate School . . . specialized, 
professional education . . . some 2,000 kids. HERBERT SCHWOMEYER, DEAN OF MEN— coordinating and 
cooperating . . . keeping the men in touch with the rules . . . bringing the administration down home . . . expert 
on Hysteria ... our Dad, the Dean. DAVID SILVERS, DEAN OF THE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES COL- 
LEGE — historian-scholar-administrator . . . undergrad classmate of Dr. Thornbrough . . . helped plan science 
building— with "facilities second to none". PAUL STEWART, DEAN OF THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE— popular 
and pleasant . . . personalized letters to the students . . . gave up teaching to head Honors Program: "had 
tenure so they had to give me something else to get me out of the classroom". RAYMOND SWENSON, DEAN 
OF THE BUSINESS COLLEGE — anxious for the new computer center . . . this business is expanding ... six job 
openings per graduate . . . nationally known College. CHRIS THEOFANIS, PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR— 
BU PR since '58 . . . providing news service to Naptown and the world around . . . catalog editor . . . telling the 
world how it really is. TOM WARNER, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR— next sport at BU: wrestling . . . "better being 
here, where there's sound financing than where they're always cutting back" . . . Booster Club support. 



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Ringham, Ron Allred, Mark Wood, Charlie 
Scott, Floyd Cain, Ralph Haas; row two — 
Larry Maines, Dick Zeiss, Bill Doll, Ellis Free- 
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ADS OF DEPARTMENT . . . HEADS OF DEPARTMENT . . . HEADS OF DEPARTMENT . . . HEADS OF DEPARTMENT 



ROBERT ANDRY, RELIGION HEAD— three degrees from BU . . . about 20 majors . . . "almost all go on to 
graduate or theology school" . . . comparative religion with an emphasis on Christianity. JOHN BARRON, 
JOURNALISM HEAD — "to provide a liberal education which the student will tirelessly broaden, to excite a 
curiosity about all things and all people, to foster the ability to sense and correlate ideas, and to express them in 
a clear and vigorous style, with an occasional dash of poetry" . . . "Journalism is merely the instrument". WIL- 
LIAM BESSEY, PHYSICS HEAD — "a good program, but not easy" . . . "high percentage of good students" . . . 
awaiting the Science Building and expanded experimentation . . . Dr. Dixon's high school program. WERNER 
BEYER, ENGLISH HEAD — five books, 25 articles, editor of two works . . . "when we recruit, teaching always 
comes first" . . . "with some exceptions, this department is probably the most prolific" . . . one job, 150 appli- 
cants . . . "top flight scholars". GORDON CLARK, PHILOSOPHY HEAD— about 20 volumes in print besides 
the articles . . . retiring this year . . . truly respected scholar . . . "most BU students go on to professionalized 
schools; Philosophy leads only to graduate school". JOHN COLBERT, MUSIC EDUCATION CHAIRMAN— came 
to Indy to perform in the Symphony . . . "don't have enough graduates to meet the demand" ... 151 under 
control . . . nationally praised symphonic band and woodwind ensemble. NICHOLAS CRIPE, SPEECH HEAD — 
interpret your oration . . . "lucky to have so many good people in the dept. — it makes life easier" . . . Neher in 
for substitution— sabbatical for the smiling Dr. BENJAMIN HADDOX, SOCIOLOGY HEAD — emphasis on teach- 
ing rather than research ... 60 Jrs. and Srs. with only four profs? . . . "comparable dept. with those in the top 
schools" . . . reflecting on the world of societies around us . . . contending with the Women's Lib movement. 
CHARLES HENZIE, GRADUATE MUSIC CHAIRMAN— "a paper division" . . . 27th year ... was Marching 
Band Head for 20 years ... 90 music, 10 dance, and 15 applied, theory, or history. J. WM. HEPLER, PSY- 
CHOLOGY HEAD — "location of the dept. (in the basement) shows the status assigned to us by the University" 
. . . more experimental than applied . . . "strong, straight students" . . . "offered to give kids $2 for a haircut". 
VERGIL HIATT, CLASSICAL LANGUAGE HEAD— one man dept . . . at BU since '47 . . . another scholar 
retiring . . . archaeology, anthropology, history, and sociology are all needed to understand the Classics . . . 
"kind of a problem getting all the reguirements". KAJ NIELSEN, MATHEMATICS HEAD— 12 books, over 200 
research papers, two patents, five articles in Grolier's Encyclopedia, National Science Foundation Visiting Scientist 
f59-'63), in probably all honoraries relating to the field, listed in most directories and there's more . . . teaching 
and advising: "most important job". JOHN PELTON, BOTANY HEAD — "science building will provide for more 
independent research and attract more science students" . . . "try to adjust the programs to the students' objec- 
tives through advising" . . . friendliness and flowers. LT. COL JOHN POWELL, BUAFROTC COMMANDANT 
— commissioning second lieutenants . . . bringing the volunteer army (well, Air Force) home to BU . . . two or 
four year programs leading men to the skies . . . "dedication to assignments, responsibility, creative and critical 
thinking". PAUL QUINNEY, CHEMISTRY HEAD— all PhD. dept . . . "chief lab assistant, chief stockroom man, 
chief anything-we-need" . . . "best damned dept. in the school". PHILIP ST. JOHN, ZOOLOGY HEAD— 
"Chemistry dept. is probably the second best dept. in "the school" . . . another prof anxiously awaiting Science 
Building . . . "alotta paper work to do". GEORGE WALLER, HISTORY HEAD— scholars all . . . books, articles, 
and witty lecturers = national recognition . . . "the offerings are of the highest guality" ... a staff of 10 — plus 
one Dean. GEORGE WILLEFORD, DRAMA CHAIRMAN— showman to the" hilt . . . eight public performances a 
year ... for professional or educating careers . . . one of the Jordan Four. WILMA WOHLER, HOME ECO- 
NOMICS HEAD — both lab and lecture . . . cultural aspects of food and clothing . . . foods/nutrition, textiles 
/clothing, interior decorating, child development consumer education . . . building independence and self-reli- 
ance. GEORGE VERDAK, DANCE CHAIRMAN — students' opinion: "a genius", "a true artist" . . . painting and 
piano . . . ballet comes first . . . students have to be accepted twice to dance for him. 



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FOOTBALL — a bunch of nice guys . . . Bill Sylvester named ICC Coach of the Year ... started off the season 
slowly against Akron . . . 55-6 over Wabash . . . Bulldogs start winning ways vs. Depauw, 34-7 . . . three consec- 
utive weeks with 600 total yards each . . . things are beginning to look up . . .4-1 conference record . . . co- 
ICC championship with Evansville . . . 5-5 record overall ... no sweat next year . . . Western Kentucky and 
Akron dropped from schedule . . . Fred Powell and Ron Cooper honored as most valued linemen . . . the mental 
attitude award (Hilton U. Brown award) goes to Steve Fickert . . . Tom Redmond picks up most valuable back on 
Bulldog team . . . Bob Grenda outstanding on offensive squad . . . and defensive squad . . . and kick return 
squad . . . etc. CHEERLEADERS — Rah! Rah! Siss boom bah! ... 5 guys and 5 gals . . . causal factor in Butler 
school spirit . . . personnel switch in mid-season . . . showing Bulldog determination . . . keeping the crowd 
awake (well, they try!) TWIRLERS — half-time showpiece . . . captained by Jamie Phillippe . . . instrumental in 
Highlights and Blackouts . . . flaming spectacles on the field and court . . . know how to keep your eyes spinning 
'round. CROSS-COUNTRY — a harriering experience ... a cross country meet: a few dogs, parents of the run- 
ners — not much publicity for such effort ... do their job well ... placed in first six positions against Marian 
. . . familiar quote: "Tom Burleson leads Butler runners" . . . not a senior on the squad . . . John Kessler, Dave 
Waterfill, and Larry Miller supply added punch . . . placed fourth in Earlham Invitational . . . placed third in 
ICC conference meet at Depauw (beating Depauw, Evansville, and Wabash) . . . Burleson and Miller take honors 
at Awards Banquet. FALL BANQUET — scores big turnout . . . Sphinx-sponsored . . . fine food, November 27 (in 
Atherton Center?) . . . winners wined and dined. BASKETBALL — Theo's Boys ... an impressive season . . . 
fared well against the big teams . . . 65-61 over Northwestern in season opener ... an 88-82 victory over 
Western Kentucky . . . one point losing squeaker to Marquette ... a conflict of styles in 78-53 win over the 
"hippies" of Occidental . . . successive wins over Wabash, Depauw, Air Force, and Wabash (again) start Bull- 
dogs' systematic climb toward ICC championship . . . Captain Clarence Crain calls the shots on the court . . . 
Daryl Mason becomes the prominent "center" of attention . . . Kent Ehret receives the laurels in scoring . . . 
Marty Monserez and Dave Speckman are added compliments to the team . . . second semester addition of Phil 
Cox shows on the scoreboards. HONEYS— captains Laura Derby and Carol McPeak ... the Bod Squad . . . 
holding the interest of the crowd through half-time intermissions (this book is not chauvinistic!) . . . new Butler- 
blue jumpsuits for basketball season. SWIMMING — new on the Butler U. sports scene . . . still trying to keep 
their heads above the water . . . working hard . . . but having a good time nonetheless . . . around 80 laps per- 







PORTS . . . SPORTS . . . SPORTS . . . SPORTS . . . SPORTS . . . SPORTS . . . SPORTS . . . SPORTS . . . SPORTS 



practice . . . shallow seven-man squad . . . not much depth . . ."Jim Grubbs and Kurt Lowry are top point- 
getters . . . taking time to build a more solid team . . . looking forward to making a big splash next year. 
TRACK — Butler Lyon's Club . . . started the season with a muddy loss to Wabash . . . ended the season in 
second place (M/2 point behind winner Wabash) ... a few records broken last year . . . Tom Burleson pro- 
claimed best middle distance runner ever at Butler . . . Burleson breaks a 29 year-old 880 time with a 1.53.4 . . . 
also received Scott Ham Award . . . (he has been known to "ham" it up out there . . . team takes third in 
Wabash Relays . . . Joe David claims pole vault record at I4'I0%" . . . Steve Carmichael was another big man 
in the effort, winning Little Stater and Conference in Intermediate Hurdles . . . Bob Jones and Larry Miller help 
highlight the Bulldog tracksters . . . distance and hurdles are our main strength . . . Coach Lyons looks optimisti- 
cally toward the future. GOLF — won last year's Indiana Collegiate Conference . . . one point victory over 
Wabash did the trick ... no real reason to get "teed" off . . . Gary Moore, Greg Hardin, Jack Owen, and Tom 
Cooke compromise the nucleus of the club ... all give driving efforts — definitely their bag. TENNIS — what a 
racket . . . picked up the ICC championship for the first time in 19 years . . . beat out Valpo in final tally by two 
points . . . guided by coach Harry Whitesell ... all the lettermen are returning . . . Ian Harris won singles title 
in ICC without dropping a set . . . Tim Opel and Ken Cummings were consequential in netting the victory. 
BASEBALL — coached by Athletic Director Tom Warner . . . tied for third in ICC . . . have the largest squad of 
returnees in rece'nt years . . . entire pitching staff is returning. . . . Mike Watson and Mike Goodman were both 
elected to the All-Conference squad . . . Randy Bohon was selected unanimously . . . Bohon hit .400 in confer- 
ence play . . . finished with a 4-4 conference record . . . 13-17 overall . . . Curt LeBeau, Al MacDonald, Jim 
McLinn and Steve Clayton give the Bluesox added depth . . . the team is an all-around solid hit. BAND — led by 
Vincent Paxcia and Keith Rudolph . . . eighty-nine strong . . . complimented by Honeys and Twirlers . . . work 
for all home football games . . . work for all home basketball games . . . precision is essential . . . marching to 
the beat of a different drummer . . . SPRING BANQUET — honoring track, tennis, baseball and golf . . . to'p 
spring sports athletes receive their due . . . retiring chairman of the Faculty Athletic Committee, Dr. Bill Howard, 
receives the "B" blanket from Athletic Department . . . SOCCER — technically a club . . . needs support from 
the Athletic Department . . . officers are John Hardesty and Cary Buxton . . . captains are Charlie Brown and 
Tony Marcattilio . . . tryouts were informal open to the public . . . team members all got a kick out of the sport 
. : . final record; 4 wins, 3 losses . . . new pres., Talis Kaminskis. 




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The 1972 Butler FOOTBALL TEAM is: row one — Harry Muta, Bill Lynch, Roger Dodson, Pete Woodward, John Gruber, E. Paul Johnson, 
Paul Norris, Noble York, Ott Hurrle, Kevin McClamon, Dave Andress, Keith DeTrude, Rick Shadiow, Bob Wilthew, Greg Landry, Tom 
Redmond; row two — Ephraim Smiley, Dan Halloran, Lloyd Cheek, Dave Delaney, Mike McDevitt, Keith Himmel, Phil Schluge, Fred Hebert, 
Craig Paulson, Ron Cooper, Wayne Stahley, Steve Fickert, Tom Mench, Bob Whitman, Joe Dowd, Steve Clayton, Bob Lewis, Dan Nolan; 
row three — Head Coach Bill Sylvester, Tom Freas, Charles McElfresh, George McCowan, Dave Cunningham, Mark Gone, Mark Stodgell, 
Jack Babinec, Bob Rykovich, Mark Albea, Fred Powell, Mark Bohnert, Mark Corbett, George Klein, Bob Stark, Dave Hein, Mark Chappui, 
Greg Gossard, Jim Jackson, Coach Jim Hauss; row four — Coach Don Benbow, Dennis Leonard, Bob Grenda, Tom Isenbarger, Keith Dennis, 
Dave Metzinger, Dave Bishop, Neil Beaverson, Tom Fischer, Randy Bole, Gene Myatt, Dave Swihart, Don Thrasher, Lee Schluge, Jim 
Cheshire, Andy Wetzel, Bill Kuntz, and Coach Dave Oberting, (those absent were: Tom Jordan, Jeff Stearns and Bob Wright). 




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P. 124: left — Head Coach, Bill Sylvester gazes intently 
as he counsels Steve Clayton on game strategy; right — 
George McCowan expresses high aspirations. 
P. 125: left — Paul Norris hauls down a pass during the 
Butler-Akron game; upper and lower right — freshman 
Bill Lynch unleashes a bullet for some extra yardage. 




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P. 126: upper left — Tom Isen- 
barger breaks free; upper right 
— The scoreboard tells it 
center left — Under a little 
pressure, Steve Clayton gets 
ready to heave one; center — 
Dennis Leonard brings it in; 
center right — Harry Muta runs 
a fast race with a Wabash 
player; lower right — Butler's 
powerful front line rips open a 
hole for frosh Joe Dowd, Bull- 
dog back. 



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P. 128: lower left — Steve Clayton displays 
his superb punting form. 
P. 129: upper — Butler defense controls the 
Evansville Aces for the entire second half; 
lower — Again and again Bulldog defense 
uses convincing tackles against opposition. 




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P. 130: upper row — Tom Redmond watches as Steve Clayton unleashes 
a perfect strike to a Bulldog end for a scoring attempt during Dad's 
Day Game; center left — Bob Grenda stretches for that extra yardage; 
lower left — Assistant Coach Don Benbow directs action on the field; 
lower right — Persistent St. Joe defenders find that it takes more than 
one to put Bob Grenda down; center — Again Grenda with the ba 
P. 131: The Butler University twirlers for the 1972-73 school year are: 
upper — Jamie Phillippe; center row — Jo Anne Van Winkle, Muffie 
Aston; lower row — Julie Cripe, Nikki Volpe. 





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CROSS-COUNTRY 



Lower left — Niven Drybrough 

truly is "the leader of the pack"; 
center — Niven and Larry Miller 
lead in their respective races; 
lower right — Tom Burleson is 
congratulated after a successful 
run against Wabash. 




Members of the 1972 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM are: row one— John Kesler, David Waterfill, 
Larry Miller, Steve Bridges, Tom Burleson; row two— John Minko, Tom Lyons, Benny Tinnons, Bob 
Jones, Niven Drybrough, Jim Bagnoli and Coach Stan Lyons. 




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FRED POWELL 



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Upper left — Tom Redmond, Most Valuable Back; upper center — Fred Powell, Most Valuable Lineman; 
upper right — Ron Cooper, Most Valuable Lineman; lower left — Tom Burleson, Most Valuable Cross 
Country Runner; lower center — Larry Miller, winner of Mental Attitude Award; center riqht — Steve 
Fickerr, Hilton U. Brown Award recipient; lower right — Head Football Coach Bill Sylvester, ICC 
"Coach of the Year", speaking at this year's Fall Banquet. 



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BASKETBALL 




Members of the 1972-73 BASKETBALL TEAM include: row one — Kyle Eggert, Dave Goddard, Clarence Crain (captain), Bill Lynch, Rick 
Sexson; row two — Tom Isenbarger, Jim Stanka, Jeff Williams, Dave Speckman, John Cvengros, Bob Harton, John Duffin; row three — Assist- 
ant Coach Scott Neat, Mark Freeman, Bob Harris, Craig Reinhardt, Daryl Mason, Marty Monserez, Kent Ehret, Head Coach George 
Theofanis. Other team members who were not pictured include John Randel, Dave Cunningham, Phil Cox, and Guy Ogden. 



P. 134: lower — Clarence Crain 

watches the action on the court. P. 
135: upper — Hinkle fieldhouse dur- 
ing a Butler game; lower left — Theo 
shouts instructions to the team from 
the bench; lower right — Lynch, 
Speckman and Harris share com- 
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Left — Mason jumps high against a 
Warrior; upper right — Crain attempts 
a reversal; center right — a fight for the 
ball; lower center — a temporary advan- 
tage; lower right — Williams races past 
an opponent to score. 



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HALF-TIME HONEYS 



The 1972-73 HALF-TIME HONEY members are: row one — Sue Schron, Laura 
Derby, Carol McPeak, Tammy Hare; row two — Gail Shepley, Janet Farrar, Rachel 
Ann Redmond, Rhonda Nicol, Karen Morgan, Judy Rice, Clair Curry; row three — 
Bernadette Scott, Lisa Keller, Heather Brooks, Beth Phelan and Laurie Smith. 









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P. 138: upper left — Bill Lynch; upper right — Daryl Mason; 

lower left — a referee checks out a play; lower right — Marry 
Monserez awaits a BU free throw during the Air Force game. 
P. 139: upper left — Kent Ehret; upper right — Daryl Mason 
taps one up during the Wabash game; lower left — Craig Rein- 
hardt poses for a foul shot; lower center — Jeff Williams 
scores an easy lay-up; lower right — Marty Monserez jumps 
high over the Air Force defense for two points toward one 
more victory for the Bulldogs at Hinkle Fieldhouse. 




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SWIMMING 




P. 140: upper left — Craig Reinhardt takes a 
shot during St. Joe game; upper right — swim 
team poises for action; center — Clarence Crain 
winner of Hilton U. Brown and Most Valuable 
Player awards accepts congratulations with 
thanks; lower left — Jeff Williams prevents a 
drive of St. Joe's; lower right — Coach Theo- 
fanis, "It was a good ball club but I'm not satis- 
fied, you can't be satisfied, if you are you might 
as well hang it up and go home." 
P. 141: upper left — Kurt Lowry practices his 
start; center left — Holly Lambert, the first 
woman recipient of a BU letter, will be helping 
the team next year to a better record; lower — 
Coach Gene Lee, "I've had twenty years of 
working with swim teams, but this has been the 
best team I've ever had." 




1972-73 Butler SWIM TEAM members are: row one — Coach Gene Lee, Libby 
Shirley, John Goetton, Greg Tuegel and Holly Lambert; row two — Jim Grubbs, 
Kurt Lowry, Reed Fisher, Michael A. Newton and Gary A. Wolf. 




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The members of the 1972 TRACK TEAM are: row one — Tom Burleson, John Minko, Ogheneovo Adu, Stephen Bridges, 
Larry Miller, Jeff Davies, Ken Rowe, Fred Hebert, Tom Lyons, Jim Rustamier, Niven Drybrough, Joe Davis, Jim Bagnoli; 
row two — Dennis Sparks, Dana Hood, Al Tucker, Tom Dyer, Carl Whitt, Chuck Williams, Benny Tinnon, Harvey Kelley, 
Mark Pruitt, Ben Oppenlander, Dave Lautner, Robert Jones, Gary Walkup, Steve Carmichael, Mike Leamon, John Curtis. 





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TRACK 

P. 142: upper left — Dana Hood easily clears 
a pole vault obstacle; lower left — Tom Burle- 
son grimaces as he crosses finish line; right — 
one Bulldog who is up in the air over things. 
P. 143: upper left — Joe Davis makes his 
approach in the pole vault; upper and center 
right — high-stepping Bulldogs show form in 
the hurdles; lower — on your mark, ready, set 



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The GOLF TEAM members are: Kent Moore, Tom Cooke, Jack Owens, Greg Hardin and 
Gary Moore. Not pictured are Tom Rinek and Rob Arnold. 



P. 144: upper right — Tom 
Cooke stares the ball into the 
cup; lower left — Gary Moore 
begins his follow-thru; lower 
right — Kent Moore takes care- 
ful aim for the drive. 
P. 145: upper left — Ian Harris 
slams a quick serve; lower left 
— Chris Malley stretches high 
to smash a return; center — 
Mike Smitha eyes an opponent; 
upper right — Malley rests, 
waiting for his set; lower right 
— Tom Johnson swings for the 
fences during practice. 



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TENNIS 

The members of the 1972 TENNIS TEAM 
are: row one — Carter Ryan, Kerry Fox, Ken 
Vincent; row two — Tom Johnson, Coach 
Henry Whitesell, Ian Harris, Timothy Opel, 
and Kenneth P. Cummings. 






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Members of the 1972 BASEBALL TEAM are: row one — Chuck Hawkins, Joseph Hickman, Steve Clayton, John Buis, Norman Bristley, 
Michael Watson, Tom Johnson, Gregory Zinn, Kent LeBeau, Rich Dierolf, Gregory Alvis, Randy Reed, Jim Curry, Curt LeBeau; row two — 
Charlie McElfresh (equipment manager), Jim Morris (trainer), Steve Toth, Brad Goffinet, Rick Palm, Michael Goodman, Rich Keith, Michael 
Griffin, Al MacDonald, Randy Bohon, Jim McLinn, Bruce Carmichael and Coach Tom Warner. 




P. 146 upper — Jim McLinn 
pitches; lower left — Coach 
Tom Warner advises; center — 
Rich Keith analyzes the opposi- 
tion; lower right — Bruce Car- 
michael practices his batting 
style. 

P. 147: center left— Mike Wat- 
son gets his timing down; cen- 
ter — Al MacDonald watches a 
fly ball; lower left — An umpire 
cleans the plate for Al Mac- 
Donald; lower center — Mike 
Watson makes the play toward 
second; lower right — Jim 
McLinn heaves a strike. 



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MARCHING BAND 




UTES' SPRING BANQUET 




SOCCER 




SOCCER TEAM members are: Cary Buxton, Rick Lamparelli, Doug Clark, Tom Davies, Jay Ruklic, David Wachtel, Charlie Brown, Tony 
Marcatillio, Tamis Kaminski, Greg Bell, Rob Wright, Dan Hart, Dick Gleason, Howard Max, Mark Emmons, John Hardesty. 




Akron 34 Butler 7 

Ball State 50 Butler 41 

Butler 34 Depauw 7 

Butler 55 Wabash 6 

Butler 33 St. Joe's 8 

Indiana State 49 Butler 2 1 

Evansville 10 Butler 6 

Butler 17 Valparaiso 10 

Western Kentucky 35 Butler 6 

Butler 8 Indiana Central 7 

Final Record 5-5 



Little State Manchester 42; Butler 50; Hanover 51 : Oakland City 78 

Butler 20 Earlham 38 

Indiana Central 23 Butler 33 

Butler 28 Depauw 28 

Butler 21 Rose Hulman 43 

Butler 15 Marian 49 

Butler 24 Wabash 33 

Earlham Invitational 4th out of 16 

Big State Meet at Purdue 7th out of 14 

Conference Meet at Depauw 3rd out of 6 

Final Record 3rd in ICC 



Wabash Relays 3rd out of 1 8 

Wabash 89 Butler 68 

Depauw Invitational 2nd out of 9 

Indiana Central Butler 57 

Butler 91 Depauw 6 1 

Big State Meet 6th out of 14 

Little State Meet 3rd out of 16 

Butler 85 Manchester 69 

Indiana Collegiate Conference 2nd place 

Indiana Collegiate Conference •.' Jst place 



Butler 6 Michigan Tech 3 

Butler 7 Indiana 2 

Butler 8 Marian I 

Wabash 6 Butler 3 

Valparaiso 9 Butler 

Indiana State 9 Butler 

Final Record 7-5 



Butler 65 Northwestern 6 1 

Drake 83 Butler 68 

Louisville 90 Butler 67 

Butler 78 Occidental 53 

Butler 88 Western Kentucky 82 

Ohio State 86 Butler 55 

Butler 72 Toledo 6fr 

Butler 102 , Ball State 70 

Indiana State 70 Butler 56 

Butler 77 Evansville 67 

Marquette 67 Butler 66 

Butler 71 Indiana Central 54 

Valparaiso 65 Butler 63 

St. Joe's 71 Butler 66 

Butler 90 Wabash 68 

Butler 61 Air Force 56 

Butler 89 Depauw 60 

Butler 72 Wabash 67 

Valparaiso 64 Butler 62 

Notre Dame 89 Butler 62 

Butler 76 Evansville 74 

Butler 62 Depauw 59 

Butler 74 Indiana Central 74 

St. Joe's 70 Butler 69 

Cincinnati 83 Butler 57 

Valparaiso 75 Butler 53 

Final Record 14-12 



Valparaison 71 Butler 34 

Hanover 62 Butler 39 

Wabash 70 Butler 30 

Depauw 68 Butler 45 

Evansville 74 Butler 33 

Hanover 67 Butler 4 1 

Final Record 0-6 



St. Mary's 4 Butler I 

St. Mary's 4 Butler 2 

Butler 3 Hanover 2 

Butler .3'. Hanover 2 

Ball State I I Butler 5 

Ball State 6 Butler I 

Franklin 14 Butler 2 

Butler 3 Taylor 

Butler 16 Rose Hulman 1 5 

Butler 4 Wabash 3 

Butler 4 Wabash 2 

Butler 3 Taylor 2 

Valparaiso 5 ... Butler 

Valparaiso 3 _ . Butler 

Indiana 6 Butler 2 

Indiana 4 Butler 

Butler 8 Anderson 3 

Notre Dame 15 Butler 4 

Notre Dame 2 Butler I 

Depauw 2 Butler 

Butler 7 Depauw 

Marian 4 Butler 2 

Butler 7 Earlham 2 

Butler 7 Earlham 2 

Cincinnati 4 Butler I 

Cincinnati 9 Butler 3 

Marian 9 Butler 

Butler 12 Xavier 6 

Butler 6 , Indiana Central 2 

Indiana Central 5 Butler 4 

Conference Record 14-4 

Final Record 13-17 

Final Record 4-3 



ZATIONS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . . . ORGAI 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA — directed by Karin Potts . . . tea with the male side . . . first-time female scholars 
. . keep up that 3.5 .. . two initiations with 33 girls . . . Caramel Apple sales . . . proposed (but illegal) raffle. 
ANGEL FLIGHT — touring the high schoolers . . . Commander Patty Shute, Exec. Emily Dageforde, helped by 
Sheridan Kolle and Lori Showley . . . BU POW-MIA sponsors . . . Best Dressed Co-ed Contest . . . keeping the 
ROTC sociable. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY — Tom Murphy, Bob Vogle, Joe Jefferson, and Duane Fant lead the 
Junior Birdmen . . . helping Angel Flight maintain sociability . . . State Drill Meet . . . Salt Lake City Conclave 
auto rally and Military Ball. AIS — making non-Greeks Greek . . . uniting the ununitable . . . Independents 
now! . . . rally your roadster . . . Ned, Rob, and friends. AWS — helping Dean Lewis liberate the ladies . . . 
Freshmen Skits . . . any Ms. welcome . . . Miss BU . . . Sue Barnes, Rhonda Isakson, Sara Mcintosh, and Marsha 
Metcalf put in the Hours. BLUE KEY — up to a 2.75 by mid Jr. year? . . . Dana Hood, Gene Zercher, and Bruce 
Roberts found Thursday nights open . . . Bob Stalcup provides the insight . . . co-sponsoring Homecoming. B- 
MEN — Athlete Power . . . don't mess with a B . . . providing a powerfully proud alumni . . . Carmichael, Burle- 
son, and Redmond — what a team (but who'd wanna meet 'em in a dark alley). CHIMES (not the Carillon) — help- 
ing at Central State . . . BU tours . . . social events for foreign students — making America seem like home . . . 
Weigh-in Contest . . . Prill McDonald, Garnet Vaughan, Linda Pautsch, and Mary Washburn ring the bell. COL- 
LEGIAN — miniscule staff for a mammoth job . . . Paul Ingram and John Hardesty split the year . . . mouthpiece 
for mouths . . . Norman who? . . . the only paper you don't bother to turn to the sports section . . . vehicle for 
students' rights war. DEBATE — Ullman, the dreamer, and Householder Flood the halls with trophies . . . Twentieth 
Annual Novice Tourney BU Invitational ... on the road again. DRIFT — dead on deadlines . . . cutlines cropped 
out . . . beer bottles in every drawer . . . aspirins for the ulcers . . . pictures, but no names '. . . argument upon 
argument . . . tall leadership but short on talent ... "a staff we have but never there, at least not when we want 
them where?" HOUSE COUNCIL — Rhonda Isakson and Dean Lewis head the task force . . . policing the world 
of girls . . . bringing the words of the women to the Advisory Board . . . Girls, manage those houses. HONORS 
PROGRAM SOCIETY — Dennis Jennings, Karen Broering, and Sara Mcintosh lead the Honored . . . many nights 
of speakers . . . BU Quiz Bowl . . . Keep Advance Placement. IFC — Fred Haberstroh, John Hardesty, and Dave 
Allen keep Dean Schwomeyer in line . . . Greek Week is every week . . . the Welcome Wagon for fraternities 
. . . contrary to belief, Greeks are not united — but the IFC is trying. LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA — visiting conva- 
lescent homes . . . Anita Lee and Jeanne Hawkins prescribe the activities . . . hosting the regional convention 
. . . women in drugs . . . lab coats can be stylish. MSS — student literature edited by students . . . Veteran Abie 
Harter and Novice Billie Seward . . . Beyer and Cauger provide propriety . . . ideas imprisoned in black and 
white . . . Poet power. MORTAR BOARD — Jamie Phillippe, Abie Harter, and Becky Blue pen the rules for the 
Scarlet Quill Chapter . . . leadership exhibited in Homecoming: Hunger Hike and Alum-Student Lunch — a dance, 
too . . . scholarship and service. MU PHI EPSILON — sophomore women starring in music are directed by officers 
Cathy Levin, Jennifer Premo, Janet Frye, Karen Auble, and Sally Merrick . . . from, ushering in Clowes to caroling 
at hospitals . . . Bake Sales and recitals lead to gifts for the library. PANHEL — Greek Women of the World, 
unite . . . from every house we come together as one (sorority) . . . Rush Week extravaganzas ... PR for BU 
sororities . . . Susie Riley in charge. PEMM CLUB — local yet national . . . keeping our young in top physical 
condition . . . helping Crossroads Rehabilitation Center . . . from dinners to ice skating parties . . . Janet 
Houser supervises the twenty members. PHI DELTA CHI — Drug Abuse talks officiated by Jim Tabor, Rex Mar- 
ling, Carl Ragozzino, Ernie Boyd, and John McKinney . . . Founders: Dads Banquet, Mom's Banquet, sweetheart 
dance . . . social life for the Pharmacy School: mixing some activities. PHI ETA SIGMA — scholarship advised by 



IONS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . . .ORGANIZATIONS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . . . ORGANIZ 



Shaughnessy ... led by Dennis Jennings, Mike Lewellyn, Jeff Davies, and Bob Aich . . . high honors presented 
over a freshmen tea. PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA — publications, performances, and payoffs: newsletters, recitals, 
and two scholarships . . . Bill Fenton, first chair, is accompanied by Dave Pefermann, Craig Reasoner, and Duane 
Fant . . . for the music lover — with the ability to perform. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA — music therapy at Noble 
Center . . . Penelope Christoff, Mary Lou Sfrittma+ter, Sue Fisher, Anne Divine, and Thea Coulis lead the cider 
and donut sale, Xmas Tree Trim, Auction, Series Ticket Sale, and Bourbon Ball Sale. SIGMA DELTA CHI — Pen- 
manship masters John Hardesfy, Donna Zay, and Sue Smith read into the wisdom of Col. Barron . . . for those 
who turn pyramids upside down there is much editorializing amongst members. SIGMA RHO DELTA — heavy 
leadership for those light on their feet provided by Marilyn Sparks, Amie Gage, Sally Meeker, and Sue Niehaus 
. . . dancing their way into our hearts with scholarship and service. SIGMA TAU DELTA — sponsoring the BU 
Literature Club . . . movie goers . . . reviews at Mrs. Greene's . . . poetry, prose, novels, or non-fiction — come 
and get it from the man himself, Dr. Beyer. SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT— getting 
rjown to business are Ron Edwards, Bill Murphy, and Cindy Stedfeld . . . businessman for a day . . . guest 
speakers . . . touring the world of industry . . . students today, managers tomorrow (if the Nixon economy holds 
up). SPURS — pioneering across the prairie to Wichita . . . mum sales . . . community services led by Marilyn 
Penovich, Lynn Thompson, Becky Christensen, and Sherdene Sorenson . . . sophomores with scholarship and lead- 
ership ... no, they are not cheerleaders. STUDENT ASSEMBLY — who said a political hack had to be old . . . 
bringing good, conservative, progressive reform to a morally bankrupt campus" is Dick Ovelmen, with hatchet- 
man Nielson, economist Hardwick, manager Kelley, and "pen" Ashby — plus the illiterate masses . . . out of the 
rabble comes clean government with films, concerts, speakers, and more student representatives on BU commit- 
tees . . . the war between the administrations . . . who needs a parade permit . . . strike today, gone tomorrow 
. . . Remember the CLU. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION— Mr. Sweet and Mrs. McMullen teach Cindy 
Wohlford and Laurie Peterson how to handle 125 members . . . the educational club that educates future educa- 
tors . . . guest speakers add to the instruction. THETA SIGMA PHI — Hub, Spoke, and Wheel — purpose: award- 
ing top sophomore, junior, and senior women . . . place: Matrix Table Banquet . . . people: from all walks of 
academic life . . . the Big Wheelettes on campus. UTES — with 18 members, Dennis Jennings, Art Logsdon, Jay 
Miller, and Larry Hoke battle to regain their constitution . . . Winter Athletics Banquet . . . trying to standardize 
membership requirements. WAJC — more powerful than a locomotive, faster than a speeding bullet, able to climb 
tall mountains — the Mighty AJC . . . weird album give-aways . . . tune in to those, uh, sounds . . . sports like 
you've never heard . . . but ah, those golden oldies. WAYTES GUILD — marching along in the lead are Ed Fre- 
driks, Nancy Montgomery, Frank Lukes, Steve Wargo . . . twirling contest, Gas Pump for charities, and a Band 
Banquet — a three ring circus (with the band) . . . through rain, sleet, or snow, the Marching Band will go. 
WELWYN CLUB — making BU seem like home (or better): Emily Dageforde, Mary Porter, Sherry Smith, and Sue 
Barnes . . . underprivileged children's Halloween Party . . . these thirty girls know the correct way to cook, clean, 
and sew. YOUNG REPUBLICANS — singing "it's been a very good year" are Randy Haas, Tim Wright, Sue 
Kinne, Sara Mcintosh . . . getting those voters (even some Democrats) registered . . . My Republicans; right or 
wrong. YMCA — presiding over 700 members is Linda Pautsch (with help from Women's Pres. Karen Broering an< 
Men's Pres. Ned Miller). . . Barb John and Ken Cleveland keep the books . . . Freshmen Mixer and. Camp . . . 
Chapel Service . . . Blue Book (better late than never) . . . Spring Sing, Geneva Stunts . . . sponsored by the 
Will of God. 




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P. 154: upper left — The "Big WHEELS" on campus are Sandy 
Soucek, Sara Silman, Jacque Crapo, Donna Berkshire and Janet 
McKown; upper right — Junior SPOKE winners are Rhonda Isak- 
son, Kathy Wise, Jamie Phillippe, and Judy Harvey; center left — 
These outstanding women are junior Patty Shute and sophomore 
Jan Spoon; center — The "sixth WHEEL" is senior Nancy Zalud; 
center right — Julie Opell reflects upon being named a HUB: 
lower right — These busy HUB winners, Sara Mcintosh and Diane 
Miller finally get a chance to sit down. 




PHI ETA SIGMA 




The men of PHI ETA 
SIGMA are: Dennis Jen- 
nings, Jeff Davies, Dennis 
Miller, Bob Aich, Mike New- 
ton, Steve Householder, 
Jeff Powell, Mike Lewellyn, 
Larry Miller. 




ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 

The women of ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA include the following members: row one — Dorothea Anastopoulos, Kyle McKinley, Karin Potts, 
Mary Harter, Janett Burns; row two — Jill Benjamin, Leah Qualkenbush, Pam Hollingsead, Kathe Miller, Donna Gallagher, Milena Orloff, 
Sandy Bleck, Marilyn Penovich, Rosemary Behnken, Sherry Radkte. 



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The members of the ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT STUDENTS are: row one— Jane Lammers, Carol Parker, Robert Pritchard, Alison 
Rooker; row two — Susan Seay, Bob Pendexter, Becky Suess, Dave Carfolite, Juanita Wilson, Liz Litel, Ned Miller. 

The members of SPURS are: row one — Kyle McKinely, Beth Phelan, Donna Gallagher, Sue Schron, Sherry Radtke, Lisa Keller, Patty Morris; 
row two — Debbie Turpin, Kathe Miller, Sherdene Sorenson, Suzie Whitely, Marilyn Penovich, Lynne Thompson, Beckie Christensen, Nancy 
Beer, Sheryl Johnson, Emily Mills; row three — Rosemary Behnken, Jean Griffing, Jan Horner, Mary Lou Sigsby, Mary Harter, Beth Hoehn, 
Nicki LaCroix, Janet Tews, Tamara Ray, Janet Robertson, Janett L. Burns. 

The members of CHIMES are: row one — Angel Farinelli, Jane Grasson, Julie Opell. Prill McDonald, Debbie Fuller, Wendy Stiles, Mary 
Washburn, Deb Brallier, Diane Miller; row two — Kathy Garrett, Susan Barnes, Mary Ellen Skidmore, Jan Hoffmeister, Maribeth Zay, Marsha 
Metcalf, Lynn Keffer; row three — Katherine Sparks, Ingrida Ozols, Karen Broering, Barbara Tackett, Nancy Cooper, Paula Gehring, Sara 
Mcintosh, Sheridan L. Kolle, Debbie L. Felkins, Linda A. Pautsch. 



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BLUE KEY 

The members of BLUE KEY are: upper 
center — Mike Bullington; upper right — 
Todd Nielsen; center left — Gary 
Havens; center — Randy Hass, Bruce 
Roberts, Gene Zercher; center right — 
Doug King; lower left — Charley 
DeLancey, Buddy Field; lower center — 
Rick Cummings; lower right — Dana 
Hood; lowest right — Jim Sharp. 




MORTAR BOARD 



The members of MORTAR BOARD are: 

upper left lamie Phillippe, Becky Spradling, 

Alyson Smith, Emily Dageforde; center left — 
Jane Rethert, Patti Abbitt, Sallyanne Ker- 
chner; center — Thea Coulis; center right — 
Kathy Wise, Becky Blue, Pam Hulett; lower 
'eft — Abie Harter, Sammye Baker, Ann E+ter, 
Judy Harvey; lower right— Pam Womer, 
Rhonda Isakson. Missing are Cindy Kirsch 
and Susie Parks. 




INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




IFC members are: John Vena, Jeff Fordwell, Bob Wright, Bruce 
Lamparelli, Dave Deer, Jim Puvogel, Kent Moore, Tom Tashjian, 
John Binning, Brian O'Connor, Bob Abel, Mark Moore, Gary 
Shirley. Lower right — The new president of IFC, Stanley Wachel, 
is congratulated by the outgoing president, Fred Haberstroh. 



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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




The members of PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 

are: row one — Margaret Orelup, Janet Far- 
rar, Cyndi Hartley; row two — Ruth Pietrusin- 
ski, Ann Scherer, Becky Spradling, Heidi Eik- 
enberry, Pam Bogan. Missing is Susie Riley. 

The members of HOUSE COUNCIL are: 
Carla Koontz, Rhonda Isakson, Donna Schaef- 
fer, Sue Schultz, Ann Adams, Keith Webb, 
Sara Mcintosh, Dottie Davis. 



HOUSE COUNCIL 



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PEMM CLUB 



The members of PEMM CLUB are: Jill Mal- 
ley, Debbie Todd, Betty Smith, Diane 
McGuire, Mary Jo Vidal, Jan Spoon, Vicki 
Truax, Janet Tews, Jonell Tsaros, Janet Hau- 
ser, Carla Pinto. 



The B-MEN are: row one — Ben Tinnon, Steve 
Bridges, Dave Lautner, Tom Cooke, Wayne 
Stahley, Bruce Carmichael, Tom Redmond; 
row two— Bob Rykovich, Keith Himmel, Curt 
LeBeau, Joe Hickman, Marty Monserez, Jim 
Curry, John Buis, Dana Hood; row three — 
Gary Walkup, Randy Bohan, Al McDonald, 
Michael McDivitt, Frederick Herbert, Phillip 
Schluge, Steven Clayton. 




B-MEN 




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The members of STUDENT ASSEMBLY are: row one — Char Carr, Larry Loomis, Jan Armstrong, Greg Johnson, Lana Stinnett, Diane Muel- 
ler, Priscilla McDonald, Dennis Jennings, Bill Pond, Ella Roth, Bob Wolstein, Jay Rulckic; row two — Joe Dietz, Dave Rich, Larry Hoke, Tim 
Kelly, Sue Wood, Bob Washeka, Judy Pelton, Carol Thornton, Ann Ashby, Dana Hardwick, Marty Bernstein, Pat Curran, Greg Rhodes. 













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SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 







The members of SIGMA ALPHA 
IOTA are: row one — Cindy 
Timeus, Kathleen Custer, Leslie 
Taylor, Elaine Mooney, Thea 
Coulis, Frances Hambelton; row 
two — Nancy Montgomery, Penny 
Christoff, Sandy Garrett, Phyllis 
'Schoonover, Ann Divine, Mary 
Strittmatter, Jan Morgan. 



MU PHI EPSILON members are: 
row one — Linda Johnson, Jennifer 
Premo, Cathy Levin, Karlene Kinz- 
ler, Cindy Walker, Karen Auble; 
row two — Ann Carlson, Sally Mer- 
rick, Mary Washburn, Tammy 
Raye: row three — Mary Medich, 
Janet Frye. 



MU PHI EPSILON 



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WAYTES GUILD 




The members of WAYTES GUILD are: Howard Schrott, Ralph Sieloff, Rhonda Link, Kathy Owen, Ed Fredricks, Nancy Montgomery, Dave 
Petermann, Duane Fant, Lewis Hoff, Steve Wargo, Frank Lukes, Johnny Temple, Dave Williams. 

PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA 




SINFONIA: row one — Dave Evans, Dave Petermann, Bill Fenton, Doug Wagner; row two — Joe Huff, Mike Blue, Larry Krauser, Duane Fant, 
Ralph Sielaff, Craig Reasoner; row three — Steve Eggleston, Bill Christoff, Bob Wolf, Dennis Kienitz, Gary Spaulding, Barry Santini. 



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COLLEGIAN 

The members of the COLLEGIAN staff are: row one — Kathy Haverty, Rosie Taylor, Julie Harries, Bob Schwier, Kay Evritt, 
Paul Ingram; row two— Dave Carfolite, Tony Lux, Tom Johnson, Julie Opell, Simone Smiljanic, Rick Schaffer, Cindy Rel- 
ford, Terry Anderson, Art Logsdon, John Doyle. Not pictured is John Hardesty. 






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COL JOHN B. BARRON— '61-73 DRIFT ADVISOR 

"Defiant in defeat, 
magnanimous in victory." 



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SIGMA DELTA CHI 




The SIGMA DELTA CHI members are: Gary 
Havens, Lana Stinnett, John Hardesty, Paul 
Ingram, Rosie Taylor, Donna J. Zay, Julie A. Opell, 
Tom J. Johnson, Terry Anderson, Susan E. Smith 

The members of THETA SIGMA PHI are: Heidi 
Eikenberry, Lana Stinnett, Marsha Planck, Wendy 
Stiles, Alex Bond, Julie Opell, Lynda Sharpnack. 



THETA SIGMA PHI 




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SIGMA TAU DELTA 

The members of SIGMA TAU DELTA include: Theodore Leverenz, Mario Vian, Janice Miller, Wes Dixon, Francie Harless, Abie Harter, 
Michael A. Swarzman, Michael Ayres, Billie Seward, Dr. Beyer, Debbie Felkins, Karol Sparks. 




STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

The STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION members are: row one— Diane Kaplan, Martha Korb, Devra 
Dickerson, Laurie Peterson; row two — Sherry Radtke, Lynn Thompson, George Kazadoff; row three — Mr. 
Sweet, Mrs. McMullen, Barb Tackett, Marilyn Penovich, Janett Burns, Cindy Wohlford, John Webb. 




LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA 

The members of LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA include: row one — Margaret Luken, Sandra 
Soucek, Judith Harvey, Debbie Keilman, Jeanne F. Short, Anita Lee, Ruth Pietrusinski; 
row two^Doreen Deffenbaugh, Jeanne Hawkins, Annette Etter, Joan L. Schwartz, 
Andrea Schumuhl, Sherry Winn, Elizabeth Stevens, Susan Biggam, Miss Leibengath. 




PHI DELTA CHI 

The members of PHI DELTA CHI are: row one — John Curtis, Bob Henry, John 
McKinney, Carl J. Ragozzino, James Taber, Ernie Boyd, James Bailey; row two— -Jerry 
Smith, Jim Russell, Brent Workman, Ken Williams, Bob Aich; row three — Fred Otten- 
smeyer, Steve Wargo, Neil Stanton, Ken Hammum, John Ladd, Tom Ladd, Rex Marling, 
Robert G. Wilkinson, Anthony M. Hamstra. 




SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 

SAM members are: row one — Jeff Wardwell, Joyce CaJacob, Marty Bernstein, Ron Edwards; row two 
— Greg Rhodes, Louann Barber, Ron Welte, Dan Ellabarger; row three — Bill Newbold, Cindy Stedfeld, 
Patrick Gallagher, Ted Swanek, Steven Laverty; row four — Bruce Althoff, Dean H. R. Swenson, J. B. 
Orris, Steve Schrader. 




WELWYN CLUB 




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WELWYN CLUB members are: row one — Susan Maple, Joyce Laudien, Sharon Job, Susan Smith, Sue LePard, Karen 
Porter, Annie Hsu, Susan Seay, Becky Suess, Emily Smitherman, Karen Chapman, Emily Dageforde, Leslie Skarra, Mary 
Porter, Sally Hicks, Susan Barnes, Jan Horner, Karen Wegescheide, Patti Abbitt, Wendy Warwick, Sharon O'Malia, 
Mrs. Sara Porter; row two — Katie Barker, Sherry Smith, Janis Barnes, Jeanne Karnes, Susan Wirthwein, Debbie Turpin, 
Sue Schultz, Lori Showley, Jody Johnson, Joy Hebert, Joan Kzranowski, Laurie Chestnut. 



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The members of MSS are: row one — Abie Harter, Bi I lie Seward, Dr. Werner Beyer; row two — Pam Hollingsead, Mary 
Harter, Mark Staskowski, Debbie Farrow, Pam Layton, Patty McManama, Jackie Steuterman, Ruthann Lahr, Carol 
Osborne, Jane Lammers, Elaine Campbell, Marilyn Penovich, Jim Webber. 



AWS 




Members of the ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS are: row one— Lana Stinnett, Karen Broering, Beth Hoehn, Emily Mills, Leslie 
King, Beckie Spradling, Amy Isenhower, Cathy Springer, Beckie Christensen, Sherdene Sorenson, Ann Ashby, Ella Roth; row two — Marsha 
Metcalf, Rhonda Isakson, Susan Barnes, Sara Mcintosh, Mary Ann Springer, Suzie Whitely. 



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WAJC 




WAJC members are: row one— Jeff Dinsmore, Al Keddie, David 
Sreer; row two — John Marks, Jennifer Steele, Gary Curtis Hahn, 
Garnet Vaughn, Chris Cawthorne, Josh Liftman, Alex Bond, Pete 
Maqo; row three — Sue Giovati, Mark Emmons, Bob DeLong, Wendy 
Stiles, Dave Smith, Rick Cummings, Beth Wade, Kim Hurst, Ron 
Short, Burt Harris; row four — Chris Mally, Luanne Wherry, Heidi 
Eikenberry, Walt Golden, John Minko, Walt Zwirko, Ken Klein, Dick 
Fullenweider; row five — Howard Shrott, Steve Virgil, Larry Black, 
Larry Loomis, Dave Carfolite, Frank Cava, Bill Hemmert, Tom Eden- 
ger, Charles VanSant, John Vena. 




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P. 174: lower left — Mrs. Ann Harper and Mr. Jim Phillippe 

enjoy the sock hop; lower right — Dave Smith and Cheryl Potts. 
P. 175: upper left — Gary Hahn strikes the board; upper right 
Kent Benko checks a reading on Big Bertha, the station's 
transmitter; lower left — Chris Cawthorne has the "fastest 
typewriter at WAJC"; lower right — Heidi Eikenberry is "on 
the air" during a Channel 20 presentation. 




ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY AND ANGEL FLIGHT 

The members of ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY and ANGEL FLIGHT are: row one— Karen Broering, Heidi Eikenberry, Patricia Shute, Lori 
Showley, Debbie Hoffman; row two — Mary Ellen Skidmore, Anne Adams, Becky Spradling, Emily Dageforde, Jamie Phillippe, Kathy Sparks, 
Janet Spoon, Perri Carrington; row three — -Debbie Fuller, Lynn Keffer, Nancy Seghetti, Diane Humphrey, Kathe Miller, Cindy Axiotes, 
Maribeth Zay, Cathie Moloney; row four — Adel Denton, Terri Vernon, Nicki LaCroix, Lynne Thompson, Pam Owen, Leah Oudlkinbush, 
Leslie Skarra, Sheridan Kolle, Janet Tews; row five — Captain Thomas Pickens, Captain Paul Huseman, Steve Morgan, Bob Aich, Bob Henry, 
Carl Brezausek, Jeff Powell, Tom Murphy, Colonel John Powell; row six — Joe Jefferson, Raoul Lucca, Duane Fant, Dennis Miller. 




UTES 




The members of UTES are: row one — Tom Lyons, Steve Hou- 
seholder; row two — John Binning, Jay Miller, Jim Bagnoli; row 
three — Mark Emmons, Bob Jones, Richard Erlich, Ken Cleve- 
land, Dennis Jennings. Not pictured: Larry Hoke. 




HONORS SOCIETY 

The members of the HONORS SOCI- 
ETY are: row one — Cathie Mills, Mari- 
lyn Penovich, Emily Mills, Chris Ken- 
nedy, Janis Layman, Karen Broering; 
row two — Dean Stewart, Bill Pond, Nick 
Rico, Linda Ireland, Larry Miller, Ann 
Schwab, Deborah Studen, Robert 
Henry, Dennis Jennings; row three — 
Sara Mcintosh, Mary Harter, Jim Ham- 
ilton, Deb Harreld, Jane Rothert, 
Annette Etter, David Graf, Don Buesch- 
ing, Robert Meili, Janett Burns. 



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DEBATE 




DEBATE TEAM members are: row one — Dr. Royce E. Flood, Steven Householder, Edward Shacklee, Carter Ryan, Michael Gibbons; row two 
— Dr. William W. Neher, David Graf, Paul Kitley, Jeanne Hoffman, Carl Ullman, Joetta Timmons, Rhonda Isakson, Cindy Proctor, Frank 
Harshey, Thomas Miller, Dr. Nicholas Cripe. 



JEANNE HOFFMAN 



CARL ULLMAN 




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JEANNE HOFFMAN, MIKE GIBBONS 




STEVE HOUSEHOLDER 



ROYCE E. FLOOD 




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SIGMA RHO DELTA 




The SIGMA RHO DELTA members are: Sandy Bleck, Marilyn Sparks, Debbie Larson, Amie Gage, Leslie Norton, Sue Nie- 
haus, Sally Meeker, Debra Tate. 



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INTERCOLLEGIATE YMCA 

YMCA: row one — Stan Wachel, Kathy Horrigan, Ed Plavchak, Ken Cleveland, Carla Koonz, Charlie Delancy, Garnet Vaughn; 
row two — Debbie Williams, Teresa Simmerman, Karen Broering, Jane Moo, Barb John, Tammy Hare, Linda Pautsch. 




YOUNG REPUBLICANS 




The members of YOUNG REPUBLICANS are: row one — Tim Wright, Susie Kinne, Diane Reynolds; row two — Anne Whittaker, Emily 
Smitherman, Jane Moore, Bud Hillis, Patty Denton, Jim Brainard, Pam Hollingsead, Jeff Davies; row three — Barb Salveter, Karen 
Wegescheide, Mark Farris, Mr. Thomas Wilson, Dave Arnold, David Evans, Randy Hass, Mary Orders, Susan Johnston. 



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P. 182: lower left — Dave Carfolite, freshman "rookie" photogra- 
pher; lower center — Tony Lux, Photographer; lower right — Chris 
Simpson, Student Life editor. 

P. 183: upper right — E.C.A.J.; center right — P.; lower left — Ed; 
lower center — Kenny; lower right — Richie. 




Members of the DRIFT STAFF 
include: row one — Amie Koch 
(Senior Section), Dave Rich 
(Copy), Owen Field (mascot), 
Sheridan Kolle (Senior Section), 
Patty Morris (Assistant Editor), 
Patty Shute (Advertising), Kent 
Rosner (Head Photographer), 
Diane Miller (Organizations), 
Sara Mcintosh (Organizations), 
Erik C. A. Johnson (Editor-in- 
Chief), Lisa Keller (Index), Bar- 
bara Hitz (Student Life); row 
fwo — Stan Wachel (Business), 
Ed Plavchak (Sports), Robert 
Settle (Photographer), Lisa 
Wirthwein (Housing), Barbara 
Landon (Housing). 



HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HC 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA — leadership by President and Miss BU, Deb Brallier . . . Association of Women Students 
Pres. Sue Barnes and V. Pres. Rhonda Isalcson . . . freshman Mary Menez wins Sigma Chi Derby Day Queen . . . 
Highest academic accum for 72 spring semester . . . participants in nearly every activity . . . providing nursing 
home favors for special seasons ... a learning experience in Xmas toy-making for the underprivileged . . . Carol 
McPeak, Honey co-captain. ALPHA PHI — fighting lawsuit for re-zoning Blue Ridge Road . . . Judy Harvey, Pres 
. Mortar Board members . . . Chimes Pres. Prill MacDonald . . . Spurs Pres. Marilyn Penovich . . . Julie Opell 
wins Top Ten Co-ed — two years running . . . Pres. Harvey wins Top Ten Activities Award . . . Spoke, Wheel, 
Hub recipients . . . Mrs. Jones . . . party for retarded children . . . money to the Heart Fund. DELTA DELTA 
DELTA — hosted Tri Delt State Day . . . working with Girl Scouts . . . donating rush favors to Indianapolis Chil- 
drens' Hospital . . . Scholarship Trophy awarded to 71 pledge class . . . Angel Flight . . . honoraries . . . two 
scholarships to any BU women . . . Pumpkin Caroling at Halloween . . . Cindy Cooper, Pres . . . Young Republi- 
cans Pres. Susie Kinney ... 72 Freshmen Skits winners . . . Blue Book Editor Ruth Pietrusinski . . . Best-dressed 
co-ed at Homecoming, Ann-Marie Whittaker. DELTA GAMMA — Six dance majors in BU Ballet . . . philanthropy: 
sight conservation, Indiana State Blind . . . annual puppet making .'. . Grace Luttrell, President . . . academic 
honoraries . . . Halloween party with TKES . . . WRA, YWCA, AWS, and more . . . Lamb Chop Crescent Girl 
Carol Papola . . . Sigma Chi Favorite Kris Sippel . . . Raggedy Ann as a mascot ... an anchor as their symbol 
. . . Bev Butterfield, Varsity Cheerleader . . . TKE Little Sis Pres. Patty Shute . . . pledge toy drive for Christo- 
more House . . . three frosh cheerleaders . . . Delt Trik-la-tron Queen Jo Anne Van Winkle . . . Dana Hardwick, 
Student Assembly Treasurer and a Top Ten Butler Co-ed. DELTA TAU DELTA — last frat to turn in a letter or key 
to Dr. Jones , . . annual Trik-la-tron . . . pajama parties — w ; th dates . . . honoraries . . . active in IFC . . . 
playing Santa at Kappa Alpha Theta's Santa Claus House in Broad Ripple . . . donating blood to St. Vincent's 
. . . President Dave Carlson . . . Bill Murphy: Professional chauffeur . . . earning money at the top of Indiana 
National Bank . . . intramural enthusiasts ... a Soccer house. KAPPA ALPHA THETA— Cathy Stout, President 
. . . working with Alums to staff Santa's House: donating the proceeds to charity . . . three first place awards at 
National Convention . . . Mortar Board Pres. Jamie Phillippe . . . TKE favorite Cindy Vaillencourt . . . Spurs 
. . . Angel Flight . . . Chimes . . . Drift assistant editor Patty Morris . . . Honeys and Twirlers Drift staff mem- 
bers . . . Xmas orphans' party with Sigma Chis and Salvation Army orphans . . . Sandy Soucek voted Outstand- 
ing Theta Collegiate in America . . . only Greek unit to donate to BU's Hunger Hike (a creation of Jamie 
Phillippe). KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA — brick castle on Hampton . . . activities and honoraries . . . Honeys co- 
captain Laura Derby . . . Advisory Board member Sara Mcintosh . . . six on Drift Staff . . . pledges win second 
spot in Derby Day and Freshmen Skits . . . Carol Osborne as first runner-up in Derby Day pageant . . . Volunteer 
Clearing House Coordinators, Elisa Howey and Barb Landon . . . song practices at Broad Ripple Park . . . Hal- 
loween party for orphans . . . Xmas sleigh rides . . . Spurs, Chimes, Mortar Board, Angel Flight, Wellwyn Club 
'. . . Susan Parks, President. KAPPA SIGMA — Ross Hall residents 'til Xmas due to a flash fire . . . football, 
soccer, golf, cross country . . . selling light bulbs and suede purses for fund raising . . . some members heard on 
WAJC . . . annual Sadie Hawkins . . . hosted the State Day . . . Xmas dance with Pi Phi's . . . thirty new little 
sisters . . . John Perrazo, President . . . Collegian Editor John Hardesty, also Sigma Delta Chi Pres . . . cook 
Kate's 23rd year here . . . Housefather Steve Carroll being replaced next year by a housemother, according to 
BU laws. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA — social probation . . . "hurt campus events more than it hurts us" — "knocked 
out a strong competitor" . . . annual Watermelon Pageant ... a dance to celebrate the end of social pro . . . 
Dana Hood leading the House: President of Blue Key, too . . . Ron Cooper, award-winner, lettered once again as 
defensive middle guard . . . Tom Cooke leads way to ICC champ in golf . . . Joe Davis: school record-holder in 
pole vaulting . . . Crescent Girl: Carol Papola . . . more houseboys for sororities than any other house. NU CHI 
ALPHA — Cultural Minorities enclave . . . longing for return of Snuffles and Carol . . . highest house accum 
(unofficial) . . . Bud, Ton, Bruth (the Rock Star), Murch, Erich, Rirch . . . Hippies Annonymous . . . Drift Editor 
Johnson and Copy Editor Rich . . . symbol for all social outcasts at BU . . . goals: more beer for next week . . . 



^G . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSiNG . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING . . . HOUSING 



Val Bloop, mystery typist for Drift . . . Housemother and Alum Director Stanforth . . . Soccer Captain Marcatti- 
lio . . . Student Assembly Inspirators "Muckraker" Field and "Strike" Rich . . .Little Bros: Sue Wood, Janet 
Armstrong, and Val Kammer . . . more committee reps than any other house: Issues, PR, Film, Student Life, 
Curriculum, Religion, Library, Advisory Board, Student Publications, Secret . . . marriage — sooner or later (the 
later the better) . . . "kiss me" . . . Hockey Champs . . . Where's Art? PHI DELTA THETA — Most Original in 
Geneva Stunts . . . raced the Sigma Chis in their annual Homecoming Chariot Race — and won . . . Four Com- 
munity service days . . . Butler-Tarkington voting poll . . . Xmas orphans party . . . fourth in men's academic 
ranking . . . baseball, basketball, soccer . . . Junior Marty Monserez and Frosh Jeff Williams playing BU basket- 
ball . . . honoraries . . . Doug King is King . . . pin-woman for the Pres. is Susan Wirthwein, sweetheart. PHI 
KAPPA PSI — smart fellas! . . . BU men's Scholarship Award winners . . . BU drama productions . . . Drift Sports 
Editor, Ed Plavchak . . . debate . . . ringing Xmas bells for the Salvation Army . . . painting a church . . . house 
Pres. Wayne Sturtevant nominated to Phi Kappa Phi — along with Wayne Evans . . . Dennis Jennings, Pres. of 
Utes and Honor Society . . . IFC Pres. Stan Wachel . . . Sphinx Pres. Tom Miller . . . BU's Greeks on Forty-sixth 
. . . pocket billiard champs. PI BETA PHI — the big white house at the end of the row . . . Xmas toy drive for 
underprivileged children . . . Senior Kit Ford, Pres . . . Sigma Chi Sweetheart Jan Spoon . . . Varsity Cheer- 
leader Diane Humphrey . . . pledge class steals all but one event at Derby Day . . . Half-time Honeys . . . 
Chimes, Mortar Board, Angel Flight, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Cindy Proctor (frosh) takes honors in debate . . . 
being a Pi Phi: "exhilirating, unbelievable, — and the biggest stun of all". ROBERTSON HALL — talented women, 



Kathleen Custer 



proud of independence . . . Pres. Kathleen Custer . . . brunches for Moms' and Dads' weekends . . . many, 
many, drama, dance, and music majors . . . Linda Davis wins Glamour's Top Ten Best Dressed Co-ed Contest 
. . . dorm parties . . . co-winners in Geneva Stunts . . . the experience of living in a converted chapel . . . 
Spring Sing ... a French Cafe Sunday Evening Dinner — for seventy girls. ROSS HALL — pride in non-affiliation 
with Greeks . . . Pres. Larry Loomis . . . intramural football and bowling champs (George Griffith's score of 629 
aided Ross in a victorious 2101 points) . . . Spring Sing Winners . . . with Robertson, first place in Geneva Stunts 
. . . Friday night movies for BU . . . a new dormy: Ann Chulk, Housemother Chulk's new wife . . . trying to pass 
a 'new constitution — securing more rights . . . suffering from drug busts . . . "how 'bout a little eight-ball?" 
SCHWITZER HALL — sponsoring Spring Sing . . . Little Fling . . . Little Sis' program for underclassmen . . . 
Xmas Pixie Week . . . "It's like a little city in here" . . . Rachel Godollei, Pres . . . corridor decorating contests 
. . . blowing bubbles in the halls . . . 300 girls . . . Light Show by Mrs. Johnston . . . assistant "Bug MacVerna 
. . . Moms' Weekend program and dinner . . . open vis on very, very special occasions . . . R. A.'s make it all 
run . . . don't trip an alarm. SIGMA CHI — Twenty-sixth year for the housemother . . . Pres. Bob Mandich . . . 
Circle K . . . honoraries . . . Salvation Army bell-ringers . . . football: Bob Rykovich in the ICC team, Mike 
McDivitt, most valuable ICC offensive lineman . . . Dennis Hannan on Student Assembly lectures . . . Wallace 
Village for Retarded Children — the national charity . . . Little Sigs . . . Sweetheart Jan Spoon . . . Favorite Kris 
Sippel . . . Annual Cross and Shield Dance . . . Ralph Nader loves your Corvair. SIGMA NU — Annual VooDoo 
Dance ... in competition with Lamb Chops for most jocks in any house . . . donating blood to community blood 
bank . . . Xmas orphans' party . . . Favorite — Kappa Billie Seward ... 25 new Little Sisters . . . Parties every 
Wednesday night . . . football captain Steve Fickert . . . baseball, basketball . . . Collegian ad manager Tim 
Kelly ... in the quiet corner of BU . . . grab all the gusto you can. TAU KAPPA EPSILON— IFC Pres. Fred 
Haberstroh — but now, "anybody wanna buy some Lake Property" . . . Mayor Lugar declares TKE Public Service 
Weekend in Indy — it rained . . . Pigs — Freaks football game: proceeds to St. Jude's Hospital . . . varsity football 
. . . baseball . . . swim team . . . Red Carnation Ball at the Atkinson . . . Jim Hensle presides ... 71 intramural 
champs . . . Utes Pres. Mike Schwarzman . . . loud music on Friday afternoons . . . WAJC Top Jocks . . . "the 
house's make-up is sort of universal — it gives you insight into what the world is like out there and how to live with 
it ... it makes life quite a bit better." 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA 



P. 186: upper left — Deb Harreld sits down to dinner; center — 
Sally Meeker represented Alpha Chi's in the Delt Trik-la-Tron; 
upper right— Playing cards is one of the Alpha Chi's favorite 
before-dinner pastimes; lower left — Some of the sisters get 
their piece of the rock; lower right — Alpha Chis take a break 
in their living room. 




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The women of ALPHA CHI OMEGA are: row one — Sue Frei, Diane McGuire; row two — Mary Ann Springer, Wendy Stiles, Sue LePard, 
Debbie Tate, Sharon Job, Debby Berry, Deb Morrow, Janie Eschenbrenner, Aline Saverino, Gene Davis; row three — Sherdene Sorenson, 
Sue Schultz, Vicki Truax, Tammy Hare, Kathie Himes, Pam Kersey, Judy Wright, Mary Menez, Karen Hutar, Cindy Gash, Pam Hulett, 
Beckie Christensen, Cindy Brallier, Dottie Davis, Susan Niermeyer, Suzie Whitely; row four — Claudia Mitter, Rhonda Nicol, Nancy Cooper, 
Deb Brallier, Patsy Brennan, Julie Cripe, Karen Allen; row five — Marsha Luey, Nancy Beer, Deb Harreld, Carol McPeak, Sue Ann Dairl, 
Rhonda Isakson. 



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The women of ALPHA PHI are: row one — Donna O'Sullivan, Brenda Wright, Jan Myers, Lynn Thompson, Cindy Kirsch, Prill McDonald, 
Judy Harvey,. Debbie Todd, Doreen Deffenbaugh, Leslie Skarra; row two — Terri Scott, Barb John, Karen Broering, Judy Jones, Debbie 
Merrick, Sue Yerdon, Juli Harries, Michele Warner, Anita Huffman, Pam Owen; row three — Lori Rippa, Laurel Pope, Joyce Stevens, Janett 
Burns, Nicki LaCroix, Mary Lou Sigsby, Nancy Tupper, Kris Dimitriou, Patti McManama; row four — (on stairs) — Katie Koers, Paula Gehrmg, 
Mary Jo Vidal, Jan Creasey, Barb Christie, Cappi Odom, Pat Conroy, Beth Hoehn, Jane Moo; row five — Deb Creasey, Julie Opell, Carol 
Meadows, Janet McCoy, Linda Pautsch, Leah Qualkinbush, Sue Bechtold, Joyce CaJacob, Connie Pollock, Cyndi Hartley, Carla Koontz. 



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Upper left — Pat Conroy, Pam Owen, Lorri Rippa, Prill McDonald, 
Doreen Deffenbaugh; upper right — Mom Stillwagon, Phi housemother; 
center left — Sue Bechtold; lower left — Debbie Todd in the lodge's 
open kitchen; lower right — Geneva Stunts; lowest left — Judy Harvey 
and Robert J. Eckman enjoy a quiet moment. 



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DELTA DELTA DELTA 



P. 190: Upper left — Athina Eslick; top 
right — Katie Barker; bottom right — Ruth 
Pietrusinski looks out the window. 
P. 191: bottom left — Cindy Cooper; bot- 
tom center — Spring Sing; lower right — 
Adel Denton mails a letter. 




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The women of DELTA DELTA DELTA are: row one — Terri Vernon, Pam Faber, Jan Tews, Karen Chapman, Susie Kinne, Wendy MacDonald, 
Ruth Pietrusinski, Carolyn Laudig; row two — Mimi Orelup, Ramona Harbison, Mar Miller, Emily Mills, Katie Barker, Jan Hoffmeister, Julie 
Tyler, Ruthann Boles, Jan Jackson, Vicki Drews; row three — Jackie Bishop, Donna Schaeffer, Susan Smith, Adel Denton, Ginger Smith; row 
f our — Cindi Cooper, Linda Stephany, Sarah Didier, Ann Carlson, Ann-Marie Whittaker, Barb Salveter, Margaret Orelup, Nan Scully, Mary 
Ellen Skidmore, Karen Porter, Patty Denton, Cathie Mills, Joyce Laudien, Athina Eslick, Marsha Metcalf. 




191 




The women of DELTA GAMMA are: row one — Cinda Timmons, Barbi Wimmer, Deb Williams, Michelle Jarvis, Ann Bigler, Patty Shute, 
Judy Perkoff, Donna Dutney, Jane Hizer, Elise Hott, Susie Boggs, Ruth McNamara; row two — Susan Maple, Jill Malley, Lisa Hamilton, 
Nancy Fink, Kris Anderson, Mom Cotts, Diana Phelps, Bev Butterfield, Pam Layton, Paula Koehl, Sail Smith, Dana Deich; row three — Laurie 
Braunschweig, Laurie Gregoline, Ann Zachau, Dana Feldman, Kathy Hamblen, Alice Carroll, Carla Pinto, Jean Gritting, Suellen Scherer, 
Kathe Brady, Tamara Ray, Carol Papola, Keith Webb, Kris Sippel, Heather Brooks, Grace Luttrell, Jean Simpson, Carol Sheehan. 




192 




P. 192: upper left — Ann Bigler and Dana Feldman relax by 
the DG fire; upper right — Dana Deich and Phil Schluge. 
P. 193: upper left — Cindy Watson; upper right — Keith 
Webb; lower left — Ann Zachau discusses photography with 
a visitor; lower right — Pat+y Shute, Cathy Springer, Amy 
Eisenhower, Carol Papola, Jean Simpson, and Jill Mohans- 
sen are taking advantage of the sunshine in Indianapolis. 



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DELTA TAU DELTA 




Members of DELTA TAU DELTA are: row one — Donald Roane, John Voigt, Marty Auron, James Puvogel, Forrest Krummel, Robert Berg, 
Donald Golliher, Frank Cava; row two — John West, Thomas Weber, Phillip Collins, William Murphy, James O'Brien, Jeffrey Folck, David 
Carlson, Dennis Wobbler, Gregory Pruitt, Guy Carlson, Thomas Farrell, David Allen, Jeffrey Wardwell, John Vena, Bruce Lamparelli, Kent 
Benko, Michael Hauth, Robert Beeson, John Farrell, Scott Lung, Andrew Ramotnik, Thomas Reagan, Glenn Strafford. 



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Upper left — Jim Puvogel relaxes in the Delt rec room; upper right — 
Sam Suitor leaves for class; center left — Steve Eggleston wrestles with 
Bruno, the Delt mascot; lower right — Steve Eggleston packs his car in 
preparation for vacation; lower left — Owen M. Field. 



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KAPPA ALPHA THETA 




The women of KAPPA ALPHA THETA are: row one — Pat Shadle, Cindy Vaillencourt, Faith Martin, Susan Archer, Patty Morris, Lisa Keller, 
Becky Horner, Cathy Stout, Jan Horner, Judy Johnson; row two — Sheri Sherman, Beth Phelan, Muffie Aston, Kathy Gladden, Lisa Ellis, 
Tricia Wolthausen, Barb Tackett, Barb Hitz, Debbie Asbury, Bambi Bignall; row three — Holly Lee, Karen O'Brien, Liz Kafka, Dava Presslor, 
Carol Brown, Jeannine Tidrow, Perri Carrington, Jenny Greaf, Jamie Phillippe, Pam Murray, Patti Ferrucci, Sue Wood, Mari Bailey, Brenda 
Armentrout, Mary Woolling, Cathie Moloney, Sal Scobey, Sandy Garrett, Ann Thompson, Lynda Sharpnack, Heidi Eikenberry, Cindy Wohl- 
ford, and firetruck, lent by the Indianapolis Fire Department. 




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P. 196: lower left— Barbara Tackett, Barb 
Hitz and Val Corcoran relax on the Theta 
porch; lower right — Martha Hueber. 
P. 197: upper right — pledges "skin the 
snake" at Derby Day; upper right — Debsie 
Daniels; lower left — Carol Paras and Susan 
Wood; center right — Kathy Garrett; lower 
right — Sal Scobey and Cathie Moloney. 




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The women of KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA are: row one— Jen Hancock, Jill Bessett, Sally McClain, Sue Hutchison, Elaine Campbell, Ruthann 
Lahr, Jackie Steuterman, Janis Lind, Robin Forbes; row two— Ruth Janes, Carol Osborne, Billie Seward, Theone Dickos, Milena Orloff, 
Cindy Axiotes, Sue Schron, Aimee Koch, Kathe Miller, Kyle McKinley, Cindy Kemp, Theresa Simmerman; row three— Lisa Wirthwein, Barb 
Landon, Janet Farrar, Susan Parks, Pat Fogarty, Diane Kaplan, Janis Barnes, Martha Korb, Susan Wirthwein, Jill Molloy, Vicki Lindley; row 
four— Mrs. Morin, Meri Hinds, Elisa Howey, Tanya DeVore, Pam Bargholz, Gail Shepley, Jenni Osborne, Emily Smitherman, Sara Mcintosh, 
Diane Miller, Mary Porter, Carolyn Nichols, Sheridan Kolle, Debbie Black. 



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KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



P. 199: upper left— Pledges Sue Hutchi- 
son, Jackie Steuterman, Carolyn Nichols, 
Elaine Campbell, and Wendy Warwick 

proudly display the composites they "bor- 
rowed" from campus fraternity houses; 
upper right — Aimee Koch, Theone Dickos, 
and Cindy Axiotes take time from other 
activities to play the piano and sing — a 
favorite KKG pastime; lower left — A 
party on the famed red stairs of Kappa- 
land welcomes two seniors home. 




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KAPPA SIGMA 




The men of KAPPA SIGMA include: row one — John Hardesty, Robert Wright, Jeffrey Fisher, Raymond Strickland, Mark Fall, David Dela- 
ney, Burt Harris; row two — John Perazzo, Steven Newmeier, Jim Webber, Mother Davis, Patrick Curran, Christopher Patelias, Mark Stod- 
gell, Gregory Bell, Jeffrey Baer, James Sullivan, Richard Fullenweider, Sid Shriver, John Caldwell. 



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Upper left — John Perazzo utilizes a 
temporary ashtray; center left — a 
"monogrammed" trash bin; lower left — 
Ray Strickland relaxes at lunch; upper 
right — John Perazzo prepares for a 
cycle ride; center right — Dick Fullen- 
weider appreciates hearing the news 
from "back home"; lower right — Rob 
Wright enjoys the "King of Beers". 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




The LAMBDA CHIs are: row one — Tom Dunker, Bruce Roberts, Lou Taylor, Dana Hood, John Nelson, Gary Robinson, Mike Rearick, Mike 
Mandula, Howie Kenney, Tom Cooke, Ron Cooper, Ken Rowe, Howard Max, Holly Bredeweg, Dan Davies; row two — Kevin McClarnon, 
John Seright, Bob Wolstein, Dave Andress, Dave Tatum, Phil Mailers, Tom Hanika, Scott DeVoe, Rich Keith, Kevin Murphy, Kevin O'Day, 
Alan MacDonald; row three — Bill Lynch, Bob Abell, Ed Hamilton, Steve Eltzroth, Craig Rhinehart, Randy Reed, Bob Lewis, Don Thrasher, 
Dave Metzinger, Lou Harney, Bob Deutsche, Dan Huseman, Jim Stanke, Randy Bohan; row four — Joe Dowd, Tom Freas, Keith DeTrude, 
Kyle Eggert, Tom Burleson, Dave Goddard, Art Logsdon, Dennis Miller. 




P. 202: lower left — Don Thrasher sleeps late during the weekend; center — 
Jim Gentry takes time out for a snack; lower right — Tom Burleson reads the 
morning paper before leaving for his first class of the day. 
P. 203: center left — John Seright, Tom Hanika, and Ken Rowe; center — 
Gary Robinson changes tapes; lower right — Bob Wolstein is kidnapped by 
pledges Kevin Murphy and Bob Deutsche before pledge walkout; lower left 
— Bob Settle and Kevin O'Day discuss photos; lower center — Bob Lewis. 




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CRESENT CLUB members are: row one — Lisa Hott, Patty Shute, Jane Hizer, Carol Brown, Jeannine Tidrow, Carol Papola (president), Ann 
Whitcomb, Kim Glass, Judy Johnson, Cheri Stevens, Judy Perkoff; row two — Kris Anderson, Laurie Braunschweig, Laurie Hoyt, Genie 
Davis, Muffle Aston, Sandy Garrett, Brenda Armentrout, Johanna Irwin, Devra Dickerson, Anne Adams, Carolyn Nichols, Debbie Black; row 
three — Donna Dutney, Debbie Felkins, Jill Benjamin, Jeri Hancock, Julia Kowalenko, Dorothea Anastopolous, Tanya DeVore, Janis Barnes 
Barb Landon, Cindy Axiotes, Kyle McKinley, Aimee Koch, Perri Carrington, Jonell Tsaros, Dottie Davis, Jan Horner, Deb Brallier, Grace 
Luttrell, Vicki Truax, Maribeth Zay, Lynn Keffer, Jeannie Simpson, Jackie Steuterman, Ruth Janes, Tammy Ray, Bev Butterfield. 




PHI DELTA THETA 




The men of PHI DELTA THETA are: lower center— Scott Barnes, Steve Lowrance, Bruce Kelly, Jay Ruklic, Dick Waller, Jim Grubbs, Jeff 
Williams, Bob Beck, Cary Buxton, Mark Moore, Gary Kendrick, John Buis, Curt LeMay, Charlie Brown, Tom Smith, Rich Link, Reed Fisher, 
Tony Johnson, Kevin Hunt, Terry Cox, Jim Nau, Bob Witman, Jim Bagnoli, Keith Redding; row one — Dave Monesmith, Mark Farris, Gary 
Wolf, Dave Lewis, Marty Monserez, Doug King; row two — Kevin Wirthwein, Guy Ogden, Danny Osborn, Steve Roth, Greg Shaffer. 



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LITTLE SISTERS: row one — Mary Brewer, Terry Barger, Diane Doty, Garnet 
Vaughn; row two^Debra Cowart, Jan Lind, Holly Lee- row three — Lisa Wir- 
thwein, Milena Orloff, Mari Bailey; row four — Vicki Defendach, Sue Bechtold, Lisa 
Ellis. 





P. 205: upper right — Gary Kendriclc, 
Rick Kaberg, Tom Smith, and Cary Bux- 
ton get together on the porch; center 
right — Jay Rulclic; bottom left — Greg 
Shaffer and Doug King; bottom center 
— Steve Roth bicycling. 



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PHI PSIS: row one — Ken Cleveland, Bill Winn, Wayne Sturtevant, Greg Buchanan, Mike Austin, Gary Shirley, Mark Peter- 
son, George Walker; row two — Dennis McCoy, Jeff Hudson, Phil Austin, Steve Duhamell, Mike Gibbons, Scott Conder; 
row three — Tony Lux, Dale Bartusiewicz, David Wass, Dennis Jennings, Ed Plavchak, Stan Wachel, Al Wilczynski. 



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Upper left — Little Sisters; upper right — What did they say? cen- 
ter left — Wayne Sturtevant and Mike Austin accept the scholar- 
ship trophy; lower left — Mike Austin plays cards with guests 
Johanna Irwin, Jill Burgess, and Nancy Gartland. 



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The Women of PI BETA PHI are: row one — Nancy Seghetti, Leslie King, Maribeth Zay, Nancy Schultz; row two — Theresa Rafferty, 
Cathy Springer, Devra Dickerson, Anne Adams, Nancy Gartland, Jeannie Reising, Kit Ford, Cathie Crane, Johanna Irwin, Diane 
Humphrey, Loretta Richard, Nora Donahue, Donna Zay, Debra Cowart, Cindy Blewett, Lynn Keffer; row three — Susie Dale, Jonell 
Tsaros, Mary Brewer, Jan Spoon, Suzie Dresel, Jill Burgess, Donna Loffland, Laurie Hoyt, Kathy DeVoe, Patti Lakes, Mary Wash- 
burn, Jane Beals, Janne Ketrow, Patty Boyle, Earlene Massaroni, Judy Willemain, Lynn Hatter, Kathy Horrigan, Becky Spradling, 
Pam Wilhelm, Betsy Mitchell, Bebe McGraw, Heidi Upton, Diane Doty, Terry Ketterman, Beth Steinmetz, Claire Curry, Lori Show- 




P. 208: lower left — Senior Mary Brewer and sophomore Jill Bur- 
gess relax while they study; lower right — Sophomore Nan Schultz 
smiles despite her wetness after chasing Sigma Chi derbies in the 
rain. 

P. 209: lower left — "Porching it" is the best way to pass time for 
junior Charlie Brown and freshman Judy Willemain; lower right — 
Freshman Beth Steinmetz and Devra Dickerson return from a 
bicycle excursion around Butler's scenic autumn campus. 




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The girls on FIRST NORTHWEST are: row one— Carol Coleman, Nancy Benson, Sheila Williamson, Kathie Allen (R.A.), Arlene Podraza; row 
two — Libby Shirley, Kafhy Haverty, Karin Potts, Denise Boggs, Susan Geller; row three — Sally Jensen, Holly Lambert. 




Women living on SECOND NORTHEAST include the following: row one — Sherry Wilson, 
Becky Wood, Terry Barger, Debra Nackenhorst; row two — Linnea Anderson; row three — Tina 
Woodson, Lexa Stewart, Linda Ireland, Nancy Holloway. 



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The women of FIRST 
WEST include: row one — 
Terry Quear, Kay Hutch- 
inson, Stephanie Small, 
Lisa Rogliano; row two — 
Kris Campanale, Chiclcie 
Joyce; row three — Judy 
Tilton, Debra Zizic, Karen 
Broering. 



P. 210: lower left— Kevin Cahnley 
and Maureen McHugh trim the tree. 
P. 21 I: center left— Rachel Godollei; 
center — Holly Lambert; center right 
— Suzanne Sirmain; lower left — 
Penelope Lakis; lower center — Tricia 
Weber + akes a break. 



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The women residents of THIRD WEST AND 
NORTHWEST include: row one — Marianne Taf- 
linger, Maureen Meloy, Mary Jo Stewart; row two 
— Debbie Chackan, Barb Bowman, Kathleen Poz- 
sgai, Carol Thornton. 





The SECOND WEST AND NORTHWEST girls are: Barb Unterberg, Martha Hueber, Monica Free, Oy Punyahotra, Abie Harter, Jan Fore, 
Ruth Bready, Marilyn Penovich, Sheryl Johnson, Mary Ann Rea, Lana Stinnett, Beth Dickerson, Holly Stowe, Pat Conroy. 



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FIRST EAST AND NORTHEAST girls are: row one — Jody Johnson, Lori Rippa, Joyce Stevens, Janet Thorington, 
Joy Hebert, Mary Harter, Trina Witkowicz; row two — Terri Scott, Janis Laymon, Cecilia Underwood, Micki Wil- 
son, Beth Wade; row three — Candy Whittle, Kay Evritt, Pam Hollingsead, Juanita Wilson, Lynn Goebel, Judy 
Trump, Deb Doig, Chris Kennedy. 




THIRD EAST AND 
NORTHEAST women 
are: row one — Rosie Rit- 
chie, Eva Duncan, Sheila 
Gibson, Jan Sautter, 
Debbie Studen, Ann 
Schwab, Elizabeth Isen- 
berg, Jamie Gould; row 
two — Kathy Iknayan, 
Betsy Stafford, Peg 
Gregory, Beth Everson. 



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SIGMA NU 




The men of SIGMA NU are: row one — Bruce Carmichael, Steve Taylor, John Guggenheim, Steve Virgil, Greg Panos; row two— Jeff 
Campbell, Tom Mench, Bill Crispen, Franchon Smithson, Dave Hullett, Mark Morelli, Brad Goffinet, Ken Ehinger, Dave Lautner, Bob Hatzes; 
row three — Jay Love, Roger Dodson, Bill Scott; row four — Mark Chappius, Kent Moore, Tom Fischer, Lee Schluge, Mark Bohnert, Dave 
Cunningham, Tim Kelly, Dave Deer, Andy Wetzel. 




P. 214: upper left — President Tom 
Mench and Brad Goffinet discuss frat 
business; upper right — Dave Deer and 
Bill Scott; bottom — Song practice 
begins for the annual serenade of soror- 
ity row. 

P. 215: lower left — Steve Virgil waits on 
tables at dinner; lower right — Dave 
Hullett grins at the photographer. 



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TAU KAPPA EPSILON 




The men of TKE are: row 
one — Steve Barley, Debbie 
Merrick, Kathleen Custer, 
Rick Vogel; row two — Jeff 
Dinsmore, Mark Staskowski, 
Bill Hemmert, Jim Gold- 
stein, Stan Landfair, Greg 
Landry, Kurt Lowry, Larry 
Hoke, Steve Luttrell, Jon 
Gehring, Pat Gallagher, 
Tom Tashjian, Mike Kessen, 
Cindy Gash, Lori Rippa, 
Tom Edinger, Donna Loff- 
land, Jim Hamilton. 



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TKE members are: row one — Brad Metzler, Harvey Bennett, John Binning, Bill Squartino, Bob Zurschmeide, 
Mike Swarzman, Barry Reiner, Larry Mager, Dana Hardwick; row two — Steve Laverty, Hal Berman, Scott 
Hampton, Tom Bean, Jim Keene, Rich Ringley, John Dethlefs, Mark Jame; row three — Patty Shute, John 
Osier, Sheri Sherman, Steve Hoffman, Gary Ruder, Janet Schreider, Stan Landfair, Suellen Scherer, George 
Lenz, Diana Phelps, Jim Hensle. 



P. 216: lower left — Pat Gallagher; lower right — Dennis Buckalew and Jon Gehring. 

P. 217: upper left — Rich Ringley, Steve Laverty, Pat Gallagher, Rich Vogel, Tom Tashjian and Gary 

Ruder on the front porch; upper centej- — Bill Hemmert; upper left — TKE alum Fred Baylor dozes on the 
sofa. 



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ROSS HALL 




The men of ROSS HALL are: row one — H. Richard Gleason, Douglas W. Clark, Ronald Short, Thomas Outt, David Nelson, 
Edward Mancuso, John Suding, Thomas Murphy, Charles DeLancey; row two — Edward Shacklee, Bruce Jensen, Charles Davis, 
Marty Bernstein, Larry Sreenawalt, Joseph Jefferson, John S. Huff, John E. Harper, David Knezevich, Alvin Jackson, David 
Buck, Ernest E. Boyd, Bruce Althoff, Robert Vogler, Jay C. Jones, Carter K. Kirk, Nicholas L. Rico; row three — Robert 
Leonard, Jerry Hund, Kenneth D. Staub, Art Leeth, Dennis Ward, Art Logsdon, Jerry Smith, John H. Cvengros, Robert 
Henry, James Taber, Thomas Miller, Robert Aich, Jeffrey Powell, Michael Newton, Richard Mazur, Bob Washecka, Larry 
Loomis, Ryan Humphrey, Dave Spader, Ken Cummings. 



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P. 219: upper left — Ernie Boyd and Nina Davis pack to leave; upper 
right — John Soetten; center left — Ken Double and Walter Zwirlto; 
center — Jeff Davis; center right — Ryan Humphry; bottom left — 
Pete Siodatti; bottom center — James Taber on duty; bottom right 
— Wyatt Teubert ponders amidst the gloom. 





Members of NU CHI ALPHA are: roof toppers — Erik C. A. Johnson, Owen "Buddy" Field, Dave Rich, Tony Marcattilio; grounders 
Wesley Dixon, David Luffman, Dave Allen, Mark Nienhuis, Don Golliher, Mitchell Adams; missing — Snuffles. 




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P. 220: lower left and right — Al Levy appreciates the unseasonably warm temperatures of January 

P. 221: upper left — No more beer, John Clax+on!; upper center — Terri Evans; upper right — Valerta Kam- 

mer; lower — Janet Armstrong attempts to bring Dean "the dream" Stephens out of the clouds. 



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ROBERTSON HALL 




The residents of ROBERTSON HALL include: row one — Susan Niehaus, Marilyn Sparks, Susan Biggam, Ellen Roth, Ann Ashby, Mari Anne 
Ralston, Cathy Zerby; row two — Cathy Cole, Mary Lou Strittmatter, Heather Stowe, Toni Metze, Linda Davis, Barbara DeCoursey, Jane 
Rothert, Evanda Jefferson, Barbara Haggerty, Robin Forrester; row three — Laurie Smith, Susan Webb, Ann Weil, Jean Fudella, Margaret 
Abernathy, Kathleen Custer, Deborah Sears, Betty Smith, Janet Frye, Valerie Phelps, Leta Rodriguez. 




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Center left — Robertson Hall; center — Ross 
and Robertson Halls in Geneva Stunts; 
center right — Meg Abernathy and Diane 
Page; lower center — Ann Ashby in '72 

Delt Trik-la-tron, ready for a drag. 




SIGMA CHI 



SIGMA CHIS are: row one — Dave Stewart, Phil Drinka, Dan Burks, Randy Scava, Jack Babinec, Mom 
Hoffman, Jim Mount, Jim Mock, Brian O'Connor, Bob Mandich; row two — Neil Beaverson, Jeff Davi- 
doff, Ken Reid, Bob Mocek, Mark Beeler, Jeff Kenney, Bob Wilthew, Bob Rykovich; row three — Dave 
Swihart, Dennis Hannan, Craig Paulson, John Nicholson, Tom Dyer, Mike Griffin, Howie Bruskin, Dan 
Halloran, Scott Kaisler. 




Upper right — Craig Bul- 
son leaves for an evening 
at the library; center 
right — Phil Drinka and 
Mark Freeman; center — 
Tom Dyer with his laun- 
dry and books; lower 
right — Bob Mandich, 
house president; lower 
left— Ted Milkey. 




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ABBITT, PATRICIA A. — Home Econom- 
ics,- Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chrm., 
rec. sec.; WRA ; Pi Epsilon Phi; Mortar 
Board; Welwyn Club; AWS; YWCA. 

ABERNETHY, MARGARET M. — Home 
Economics; Robertson. 

ALBERT, COLLEEN K. 

ALLARDICE, SUSAN J. — Sociology; 
Dean's List; tutor; WRA; AWS. 

ALTHOFF, BRUCE D. — Business Ad- 
min.; Ross. 

ALVIS, GREGORY R. — Sociology,- Ross, 
baseball. 

ANDERSON, ARLEEN. 

AUBLE, KAREN L. — Music Ed.; Sch- 
witzer; Mu Phi Epsilon, rec. sec.,- 
Madrigals; University Choir; Orchestra,- 
Marching Band; Waytes Guild; YMCA. 

AUSTIN, MICHAEL D. — Hi story Pol. 
Sci.; Phi Kappa Psi, rec. sec, house 
mgr., vice-pres.; Utes,- Sphinx, treas.; 
tennis. 



BACKDERF, MERRILEE — Home Econom- 
ics; Delta Gamma; WRA; Welwyn 
Club; AWS; YWCA; Student Assembly. 

BAKER, SAMMYE A. 

BARKER, KATHRYN A. — Home Econom- 
ics; Delta Delta Delta, social chrm.; 
Spring Sing; Welwyn Club; Sigma Chi 
Little Sister,- YWCA. 

BARNES, JANIS C. — Home Economics 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice-pres. 
Geneva Stunts; Welwyn Club; SEA 
WRA; AWS; YWCA. 

BARNES, PATRICK J. — Business Ad 
min.; Sigma Chi, vice-pres., treas.; 
Utes. 

BECKER, MICHAEL E. — History; Ross; 
Arnold Air Society; drill team; color 
guard; History Club. 

BENEKER, AMY C. — Elementary Ed.; 
Alpha Phi; Dean's List; AWS; WRA; 
YWCA. 

BIGNALL, BARBARA D. — Special Ed., 
Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-pres.; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; tutor; Spurs; 
Mortar Board; Chimes; Angel Fit.; 
cheerleader. 

BINGHAM, GARY L.— Pha rmacy; 
Sigma Chi.; IPhA; APhA. 

BLUE, D. MICHAEL— Music Ed.; Phi 

Mu Alpha, sec.; Marching Band; Sym- 
phonic Band; Stage Band. 



BLUE, REBECCA D. — Speech; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, rush chrm.; Geneva 
Stunts; Spurs; Chimes; Mortar Board; 
WRA; AWS; YWCA. 

BOND, SARA A. — Radio-TV; Theta 
Sigma Phi; WAJC. 

BOYLE, PATRICIA J. — Business Ed.; Pi 
Beta Phi, sec.; WRA; AWS; YWCA 
cabinet. 

BREWER, DANIEL L. — Drama; Phi 
Kappa Psi; intramurals; MSS; Butler 
Drama; Geneva Stunts, director,- YMCA. 

BREWER, MARY K. — Elementary Ed.; 
Pi Beta Phi; Symphonic Band; Sym- 
phony; Chorale; AWS; WRA; YWCA. 

BRUSH, BETSY J. — Mathematics; Sch- 
witzer; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, vice-pres.; Mortar Board; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Top Ten Outstanding 
Student. 

BRUSKIN, HOWARD A. — Secondary 
Ed. ; Sigma Chi, sec.; Utes; tutor. 

BULLINGTON, MICHAEL G. — Pre-Law,- 
Ross; Honors Club; Blue Key; Phi 
Alpha Theta, treas.; Young Republi- 
cans; History Club; intramurals. 

BURKETT, STEPHEN R.— Music Ed.; Phi 
Mu Alpha; Symphonic Band; Stage 
Band. 

BUXTON, CARY R. — History-Pol. Sci.; 
Phi Delta Theta, vice-pres., house mgr.; 
IFC; intramurals; soccer; Geneva 
Stunts; Spring Sing; YMCA. 



CAHN, JUDITH E. 

CARLSON, ANN M. — Dance; Delta 
Delta Delta, corr. sec, rec. sec; Mu 
Phi Epsilon; Sigma Rho Delta; Butler 
Ballet; CTS Rep. Theatre; Spring Sing. 

CARR, MICHAEL E. — Zoology-Chemistry 

CHRISTOFF, PENELOPE J. — Music Ed.; 
Sigma Alpha lota, pres.; Top Ten 
Outstanding Student. 

COOKE, THOMAS C. — History-Pol. Sci.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; basketball golf; 
YMCA. 

COOPER, CYNTHIA S. — Elementary Ed.; 
Delta Delta Delta, pres., rush chrm.; 
WRA; AWS; YWCA cabinet. 

COOPER, RONALD L.— Physical Ed.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; YMCA; football. 

COULIS, THEA A. — Music Ed.; Alpha 

Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar 

Board; Sigma Alpha lota, treas.; 
Dean's List; MENC. 

COX, EMILY J. — Home Economics; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, corr. sec.; WRA ; 
AWS; YWCA. 



CRAIN, CLARENCE — Business Admin.; 
Ross; basketball. 

CREASEY, DEBORAH A. — Elementary 
Ed. ; Alpha Phi, sec.; AWS; WRA; 
YWCA. 

CRISPEN, WILLIAM R. — Zoology-Chem- 
istry,- Sigma Nu, rush chrm., vice-pres., 
pledge tnr.; Utes; football; IFC; Stu- 
dent Assembly; YWCA; intramurals. 

CUMMINGS, RICHARD F. — Radio-TV; 
Ross,- Blue Key; Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma 
Delta Chi. 

CURRY, LOUIS E. — Zoology-Chemistry. 

CUTRERA, CHARLES R. — History-Pol. 
Sci.; Ross; History Club; Electric Shop. 



DAGEFORDE, EMILY S. — Home Econom- 
ics; Welwyn Club; Drift; Angel Flight; 
Spurs; Mortar Board; Pi Epsilon Phi, 
pres. 

DALE, SUSAN E. — Spanish; Pi Beta 
Phi; Sigma Delta Pi; Sigma Nu Little 
Sister; YWCA; WRA; AWS; cheer- 
leader. 

DARKO, DONALD S. 

DAVIS, CORAL J. — French; Robert- 
son, History Club. 

DAVIS, GENEVIEVE E. — Dance; Alpha 
Chi Omega, corr. sec.; Spurs; Sigma 
Rho Delta; YWCA; Butler Ballet; Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha Crescent Club; AWS. 

DAVIS, JOSEPH E. — History-Pol. Sci.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Utes; Sphinx; 
track. 

DAVIS, LINDA M. — Elementary Ed.; 
Robertson; Dean's List; twirler; Half- 
Time Honey; Waytes Guild. 

DEFFENBAUGH, L. DOREEN — Phar- 
macy; Alpha Phi, rush chrm., house 
mgr.; Lambda Kappa Sigma; Angel 
Flight; Half-Time Honey; AWS; WRA; 
YWCA. 

DEICH, DANA D. — French; Delta Gam- 
ma, social chmr.; Kappa Delta Pi; Gen- 
eva Stunts; WRA; AWS; YWCA. 

DELANCEY, CHARLES A. — Speech; Ross; 
Utes; Sphinx, sec; Blub Key; intra- 
murals; Pace; debate; Student Assem- 
bly; IFC; Spring Sing; Dean's List; 
Top Ten Outstanding Student. 

DERBY, LAURA L. — Fine Arts-Drama; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Butler Ballet; 
Dean's List; Butler Drama; Geneva 
Stunts; Half-Time Honey, capt.j AWS; 
WRA; YWCA. 

DILLEY, CALISTA A. — Marketing; Uni- 
versity Choir; SAM; Trianon. 



DIVINE, ANN C. — Music Ed.; Sigma 
Alpha lota, corr. sec.; Symphonic 
Band; MENC. 

DORSEY, NEAL C. — Business Admin.; 
Sigma Chi; golf; cheerleader. 

DOUGLASS, PATRICIA A. — Dance; But- 
ler Ballet; Butler Ballet Small Com- 
pany. 

DRESEL, SUSAN L. — Business Admin.; 
Pi Beta Phi, treas.; Chimes; Lambda 
Chi Alpha Crescent Club; YWCA cabi- 
net; AWS; WRA. 

DUNKER, THOMAS W. — Secondary Ed.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; football; Spring 
Sing; Geneva Stunts. 



EAGER, MAREL E. — Dance; Sigma Rho 
Delta; Butler Ballet. 

EBY, THOMAS E. — Psychology-Soci- 
ology. 

EDWARD, RONALD L. — Business Ad- 
min.; Dean's List; Arnold Air Society,- 
SAM, vice-pres., pres.. 

ETTER, ANNETTE C. — Pharmacy; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; Lambda 
Kappa Sigma; APhA. 

EVANS, DAVID P. — Music; Phi Mu 
Alpha; Marching Band; Madrigals; 
University Chorale. 

EVANS, THERESA L. 



FABISZAK, CARL A. — Pharmacy; Ross; 
APhA. 

FARRAR, JANET R. — French; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma, rec sec.; Chimes; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Half-Time Honey; 
AWS; WRA; YWCA. 

FERRUCCI, PATRICIA R. — Special Ed.; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chrm.; cheer- 
leader; AWS; Student Assembly; 
YWCA. 

FIELD III, OWEN M. — Pol. Sci. -So- 
ciology; Delta Tau Delta, rush chrm., 
pledge trnr.,- Utes; Spinx; Blue Key; 
Drift; Collegian; Student Ass'y; His- 
tory Club; Top Ten Outstanding Stu- 
dent. 

FOGARTY, PATRICIA L. — Speech; Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma; Dean's List; Sigma 
Nu Little Sister; Drift; WRA; AWS; 
YWCA. 

FORD, KATHRYN A. — Psychology- 

Sociology; Pi Beta Phi, pledge trnr, 
pres.. 

FREDRIKS, E D U A R D R. — Music Ed.; 
Ross; University Symphony; Symphonic 
Band; Waytes Guild, vice-pres., pres.. 



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GAINES, LOUIS F. — Social Studies; 
Dean's List. 

GENTRY, JAMES A. — History-Pol. Sci.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

GIBSON, MARK E. — Zoology-Chemis- 
try; Utes. 

GOEBEL, LYNN L. — Home Economics; 
Schwitzer; Inter- Varsity. 

GOULD, JAMIE E. — Elementary Ed.; 
Schwitzer; Dean's List; SEA; NEA. 

GRADY, WILLIAM L. — Drama. 

GRAY, CHRISTINE W. — Speech; Delta 
Gamma, treas.; Angel Flight; Chimes; 
MSS; Miss Butler, 1971; AWS; WRA; 
YWCA; University Choir; Geneva 
Stunts. 

GRIMES, CATHERINE A. — Home Eco 
nomics-French; Kappa Alpha Theta, 
treas., vice-pres.; Spurs; WRA; AWS; 
YWCA. 

GRIMES, DARLA J. — Business Admin.; 
Alpha Phi, treas.; University Choir; 
WRA; AWS; YWCA. 



H 



HALL, LEWIS O. — Elementary Ed. ; In- 
ter-Varsity, pres.. 

HAMILTON, RANDY S. — Music Ed.; 
Dean's List; Phi Mu Alpha; University 
Chorale; Marching Band; Madrigals,- 
Spring Sing. 

HANNA, JAMIE L. — English; Alpha 
Phi, vice-pres.; Inter-Varsity. 

HANSON, LARRY L. — History-Pol. Sci.; 
Collegian; Student Assembly; Young 
Democrats, vice-pres.. 

HARDESTY, JOHN A. — Journalism; 
Kappa Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi, vice- 
pres, pres.; IFC; soccer; Collegian, 
editor. 

HARDWICK, DANA Y. — Drama; Delta 
Gamma, social chrm., rush chrm., vice- 
pres.; WRA; Dean's List; Butler Drama; 
Student Assembly, treas.; AWS; YWCA. 

HARLESS, FRANCIA K. — English; Sch- 
witzer; MSS. 

HARTER, ELIZABETH A. — English; Sch- 
witzer; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kap- 
pa Phi; Spurs; Chimes; Mortar Board; 
MSS; YWCA; Inter-Varsity. 

HARVEY, JUDITH C. — Pharmacy; Al- 
pha Phi, pledge tnr., pres.; Spurs; 
Chimes; Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda 
Delta, pres.; Spoke Award; Lambda 
Kappa Sima; WRA; AWS; YWCA. 

HASS, RANDOLPH S. — History-Pol. Sci.; 
Utes; Blue Key; football; Young Re- 
publicans, pres.; History Club; AIS. 



HAUSER, JANET S. — Physical Ed.; Sch- 
witzer; Delta Psi Kappa; WRA. 

HAVENS, GARY L. — Radio-TV; WAJC, 
director; Phi Eta Sigma, treas.; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Blue Key; Sigma Delta 
Chi; Marching Band. 

HEBERLING, SHERRY K. — Pharmacy; 
Lambda Kappa Sigma; Geneva Stunts; 
Spring Sing. 

HELVATY, BARBARA A. — Psychology; 
Dean's List; Teke Bewitching Witch; 
Student Assembly; Trianon, pres.. 

H1EBER, DARRELL M. — Pharmacy; 
APhA; IPhA. 

HIMES, KATHLEEN G. — Elementary Ed.; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Dean's List; Drift; 
tutor; WRA; AWS; YWCA. 

HOFFMAN, MARY A. 

HOFFMAN, MICHAEL L. — Pol Sci.; Sig- 
ma Chi. 

HOLSHAUSER, JUDITH A. 

HOOD, DANA F. — Mathematics; Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha, treas., pres.; Utes; 
Sphinx; track; Blue Key. 

HUDOCK, MARYANN F. — Music Ed.; 
Schwitzer; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Spring Sing; 
Sigma Alpha lota, vice-pres.; Univer- 
sity Choir; Marching Band. 

HULETT, PAMELA L. — Sociology; Alpha 
Chi Omega, vice-pres.; Spurs; Chimes; 
Mortar Board; University Chorale; 
Pace; WRA; AWS; YWCA. 



ISAKSON, RHONDA I. — Speech; Alpha 
Chi Omega, vice-pres.; Spurs, sec; 
Chimes,- Mortar Board; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Delta Sigma Rho ; Tau Kappa 
Alpha; debate; Dean's List; Spoke 
Award; Top Ten Outstanding Stu- 
dent; AWS; WRA; YWCA. 

ISENBERG, ELIZABETH A. — Elementary 
Ed.,- Schwitzer; Dean's List; SEA; NEA. 



JACKSON, ALVIN O. — Sociology; Ross. 

JARVIS, MICHELLE M. — Dance; Delta 
Gamma; Dean's List; Butler Ballet; 
WRA; YWCA. 

JEFFRIES, KAREN L. — Elementary Ed.. 

JOHNSON, BEVERLY L. — Elementary 
Ed.; YWCA. 

JOHNSON, ERIK C.A. — English Drift, 
editor; basketball; football; Student 
Assembly; Central House hockey, co- 
champion. 



JOHNSON, LINDA L. — Music Ed.; Sch- 
witzer; Mu Phi Epsilon, pres.; Swing 
Choir; Women's Choir; Contemporary 
Choir. 



K 



KAMMER, VALETTA — Psychology. 

KAPLAN, DIANE F. — Elementary Ed.; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, house mgr., 
vice-pres.; SEA; Dean's List; WRA; 
AWS; YWCA. 

KAZMER, ELIZABETH C. — Drama; 
Dean's List; Butler Drama. 

KAZMER, JOSEPH J. — Pharmacy. 

KENAGY, ROBERT T. — Business Admin.; 
basketball; SAM. 

KENDRICK, GARY G. — Zoology- Botany,- 
Phi Delta Theta, sec; baseball; YMCA. 

KENNY, HOWARD J. — History-Pol. Sci.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, house mgr.; Utes; 
football; YMCA. 

KERCHNER, SALLYANNE M. 

KILDUSKI, NANCY C. — Math; Schwit- 
zer; Honors Program; Symphonic Band; 
Orchestra; MENC, sec. 

KINEL, KAREN W. — Elem. Ed. ; Alpha 
Phi; Kappa Delta Pi. 

KING, DOUGLAS B. — History-Pol. 
Sci.; Phi Delta Theta, pledge tnr., 
pres.; Utes; Sphinx; Blue Key; Phi 
Alpha Theta; Student Assembly; 
YMCA; Spring Sing, chrm.; Outstand- 
ing Student. 

KINGSBURY, JACQUELYN A. — Home 
Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pi 
Epsilon Phi; AWS; Welwyn Club; 
Dean's List. 

KINNE, SUSAN E. — Elementary Ed.; 
Delta Delta Delta; History Club; Young 
Republicans; SEA; AWS; YWCA. 

KINZLER, KARLENE T. — Music Ed. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mu Phi Epsilon 
Dean's List; University Symphony, 
Spring Sing; AWS; YWCA. 

KIRSCH, CYNTHIA L. — Math; Alpha 
Phi; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Mu Epsi- 
lon; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; 
Chimes; Alpha Lambda Delta; WRA; 
AWS; YWCA. 
KLEIN, DEBORAH S. 

KOONTZ, M. CARLA — Sociology-His- 
tory,- Alpha Phi; Teke Little Sister,- 
History Club; WRA; YWCA, treas.; 
Spring Sing; Inter- Varsity. 

KORB, MARTHA — Elementary Ed.; Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma, corr. sec; WRA; 
AWS; YWCA. 

KORCH, WAYNE P. — Pharmacy; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, vice-pres.; intramurals; 
YMCA. 



LAMPARELLI, RICHARD R. — Pharmacy; 
Delta Tau Delta; Utes; soccer; APhA. 

LAWRENCE, JO ANN— English-French. 

LEVIN, CATHERINE M. — Music Ed.; 
Robertson; Spring Sing, director; Uni- 
versity Chorale; University Symphony; 
MENC; Mu Phi Epsilon, corr. sec, 
pres.. 

LEVY, ALAN G. 

LITTMAN, JOSHUA L.— Radio-TV; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon; Geneva Stunts; Spring 
Sing; WAJC, director; YMCA. 

LIU, WILLY W. — Chemistry; Inter-Var- 
sity; Spring Sing; University Choir; 
Men's Choir. 

LOWRY, JENNIFER G. — History-Soci- 
ology; Kappa Alpha Theta, corr. sec.; 
house mgr.; Dean's List; Drift; Spurs; 
Angel Flight; AWS; WRA. 

LUKES, FRANK M. — Pharmacy; Ross; 
Rho Chi; Symphonic Band; Marching 
Band; Waytes Guild; Phi Delta Chi. 

LUTTRELL, GRACE L. — Dance; Delta 
Gamma, pres.; Sigma Rho Delta; But- 
ler Ballet; WRA; AWS; YWCA. 



M 



MANDULA, MICHAEL J.— Business Ad- 
min.; Lambda Chi Alpha, treas., 
house mgr.; basketball; YMCA. 

MARCATTILIO, ANTHONY J. — Psychol- 
ogy; Delta Tau Delta; Soccer; Student 
Assembly. 

MARTIN, FAITH M. — Sociology; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Inter-Varsity; Dean's 
List; AWS; WRA; YWCA. 

McCOY, JANET G. — English; Alpha 
Phi, pledge tnr.; AWS; WRA; YWCA; 
Marching Band; Geneva Stunts; Spring 
Sing. 

McEDWARDS, TAMARA D. — Economics; 
Honors Program; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Omicron Delta Espilon, pres.. 

McKINNEY, E. MYERS — Sociology; 
Ross; Dean's List; AIS. 

McKOWN, GEORGE R. — Business Ad- 
min.; Sigma Nu. 

MEDICH, MARY JO — Music Ed.; Sch- 
witzer; Mu Phi Epsilon, vice-pres.; 
Symphonic Band; University Choir; 
Women's Choir; Spring Sing. 

MEILI, ROBERT N. — Zoology-Spanish; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Eigma; Sigma 
Delta Pi; MSS; tutor; History Club. 



MOORE, DUANE 

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L. — French- Psychol- 



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MOUNT, JAMES G.— Business Admin- 
istration; Sigma Chi, corr. sec. 

MUELLER, DAVID M. — Elementary Ed.; 
Dean's List; Arnold Air Society; Choir; 
BUCM; Inter-Varsity. 

MURPHY, THOMAS J. — History-Pol. 
Sci.; Ross; Arnold Air Society; Circle K. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM F. — Accounting, 
Delta Tau Delta, treas.; Utes; Sphinx; 
Dean's List; Circle K, pres.; SAM, 
vice-pres.; Student Assembly. 



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NELSON, JOHN C— History-Pol. Sci.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, vice-pres.; His- 
tory Club. 

NEWBOLD JR., WILLIAM J. — Business 
Admin.; Drift; SAM. 

NIEHAUS, SUSAN M.— Dance; Robert- 
son; Sigma Rho Delta, treas.; Butler 
Ballet. 

NIELSEN, TODD A. 

NIENHUIS, MARC G. — Psychology; 
Drift. 

NOGA, PATRICIA A. — Drama; Robert- 
son; Butler University Theatre. 



O'CONNOR, BRIAN P.— Business Ad- 
min.; Sigma Chi, house mgr., pres.; 
IFC. 

OHNE, PATRICIA C. — Sociology-psy- 
chology; Delta Gamma; Spurs; Dean's 
List; WRA; YWCA. 

ORDERS, MARY M. — Journalism; Sigma 
Delta Chi; Dean's List; MSS; Collegian; 
Young Republicans. 

ORELUP, MIRIAM K. — History-English; 
Delta Delta Delta, vice-pres.; Phi 
Alpha Theta; Honors Program; His- 
tory Club; Spring Sing,- AWS. 

OSWALD, MARY K. — Sociology; Alpha 
Phi; tutor; WRA; AWS; YWCA. 



OVERMEN, ROBERT C. 



PAGE, DIANE M. — Elementary Ed.. 
Robertson. 

PAPOLA, CAROL A. — Business Admin. 
Delta Gamma, treas.; Chimes, treas. 
Angel Flight; SAM; WRA ; YWCA 
Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl. 

PARKS, SUSAN E. — Biology; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, pledge tnr., pres.; 
Chimes; Mortar Board; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Butler Senior Scholar; SEA; AWS; 
WRA; YWCA. 



PHILLIPPE, JAMENE — Psychology; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, corr. sec, vice-pres.; 
Spurs; Hub Award; Spoke Award; 
Chimes; Mortar Board, pres.; twirler, 
capt.; Half-Time Honey; Angel Flight; 
AWS; WRA; YWCA. 

PICKETT, PATRICIA J.— Social Studies, 
Alpha Phi; Chimes; Phi Alpha Theta; 
Drift; WRA; AWS; YWCA. 

PIETRUSINSKI, RUTH A. — Pharmacy; 
Delta Delta Delta, rush chrm.; Lamb- 
da Kappa Sigma; Student Assembly; 
AWS; YWCA. 

PIKE, DARRELL C. — Business,- Sigma 
Nu, rush chrm.; Utes; football. 

PIPPENGER, SUSAN S. — Sociology. 

PLANCK, MARSHA L. — Radio-TV; Theta 
Sigma Phi, pres.; Sigma Delta Chi; 
Collegian; WAJC. 

PLATE, THOMAS A. — Accounting. 

POOLE, BOBBIE J.— Elementary Ed.; 
Robertson,- Alpha Lambda Delta; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi. 

PRICE, STEPHEN D. 



RAGOZZINO, CARL J. 

RALSTON, MERI ANNE E. — Elementary 
Ed.; Robertson; Geneva Stunts; Spring 
Sing; Dean's List. 

REARICK, MICHAEL C. — History-Pol. 
Sci.; Lambda Chi Alpha, sec.; intra- 
murals; YMCA. 

REISING, JEANNE A. — Pharmacy; Pi 
Beta Phi; WRA; AWS; Angel Flight; 
Lambda Kappa Sigma; SAPhA. 

REYNOLDS, SHARON S.— English; Sch- 
witzer. 

RICH DAVID A. — History-Sociology; 
Student Assembly; Butler Civil Liberties 
Union, vice-pres.; Central House hoc- 
key, co-champion; Drift, copy editor. 

RILEY, SUSAN P. — French; Pi Beta 
Phi, vice-pres.; Miss Butler, 1970; 
Angel Flight; Dean's List; Sigma Nu 
Little Sister; tutor; Outstanding Student; 
WRA; AWS; YWCA. 

RINEK, THOMAS W.— Business Ad- 
min.; golf. 

ROBERTS, BRUCE E.— Pre-Law; Lambda 
Chi Alpha, pledge tnr.; Sphinx; Blue 
Key, sec; IFC, sec; basketball. 

ROBINSON, GARY W.— Music Ed.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, social chrm.; Utes. 

RODRIGUEZ, LETA L— Elementary Ed.; 
Robertson,- Dean's List; SEA. 

ROSNER, KENT A. — Psychology; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon; Utes; Drift, photog- 
rapher. 



ROTHAUSER, GERALD J. 

ROTHERT, JANE E. — Chemistry; Ro- 
bertson; Alpha Lambda Delta; Chimes; 
Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi; lota 
Sigma Pi; ACS, sec, treas.. 

RUKLIC, JAY S. — Sociology; Phi Delta 
Theta, social chrm., vice-pres.; soccer; 
Student Assembly; YMCA. 

RUNYAN, KENNETH W. — Physical Ed.; 
basketball; baseball. 



SAUTTER, JANET L. — Elementary Ed.; 
Schwitzer; Dean's List; SEA; Welwyn 
Club. 

SCHAEFER, CONNIE E. — Drama; Sch- 
witzer; Butler Drama Dept.; Inter- 
Varsity; NC volunteer. 

SCHNEIDER, WALTER G. — Phychology; 
Utes; Dean's List; Student Assembly; 
AIS, pres.. 

SCHRADER, STEPHEN C. — Business Ad- 
min.; Dean's List; basketball; baseball. 

SCHUCKERS, SHARON L. — Elementary 
Ed.; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

SCHWARTZ, ANN E. 

SCOTT, WILLIAM R. — Business Admin.; 
Phi Delta Theta, treas.; Utes; intra- 
murals; YMCA. 

SCROBUNGES, BENJAMIN— Drinking; 
Melody Club, pres.; Student Life Com- 
mittee; BU chapter Alcoholics Anony- 
mous, pres.; longest student member 
known to be at BU, lurking in Jordan 
Hall's bell tower with a bottle of 
Ripple Wine. 

SEARS, DEBORAH D. — Elementary Ed.; 
Robertson; Kappa Delta Pi; WRA; SEA. 

SHARP, JAMES M. — History; History 
Club, sec; Phi Alpha Theta, pres.; 
SEA. 

SHARPNACK, LYNDA K. — Radio-TV; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Dean's List; Theta 
Sigma Phi. 

SHIRLEY, GARY E. — Business Admin.; 
Phi Kappa Psi, house mgr., treas.; 
intramurals; IFC. 

SHUTE, PATRICA J. — Sociology; Delta 
Gamma, pledge tnr., social chrm. 

Spurs,- Chimes; Dean's List; Gavel 

Drift; University Choir; Spring Sing 

Geneva Stunts; Angel Flight, cmdr. 

Teke Little Sister; Spoke Award; YMCA 
cabinet. 

SIDEBOTTOM, VICKI L.— Spanish; Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Delta Pi, 
pres.,- Dean's List; Chimes. 



SISSON, KARILYN J. — Elementary Ed.; 
Schwitzer; Spurs; Chimes; Butler Chris- 
tina Fel. 

SMITH, ALYSON H. — Business Admins- 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, social chrm.; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Chimes; Mortar 
Board; MSS; Student Assembly; YWCA; 
AWS; WRA. 

SMITH, BETTY J. — Physical Ed. ; Ro- 
bertson; Delta Psi Kappa,- volleyball; 
field hockey; PEMM Club; WRA; AWS. 

SMITH, DAVID H. — Speech; Phi Delta 
Theta, pledge tnr.; YMCA; Utes; 
Sphinx; Geneva Stunts; Spring Sing. 

SMITH, DAVID S. — Radio-TV; Sigma 
Delta Chi; WAJC. 

SMITH, KATHLEEN S. — Sociology; Sch- 
witzer; WRA. 

SMITHA, MICHAEL L. 

SMITHSON, FRANCHON M. — Business 
Admin.; Sigma Nu, treas.; swimming, 
capt.; IFC, sec.; Circle K. 

SNYDER, EDWARD H. — Business Ad- 
min.; Sigma Chi, treas.. 

SNYDER, NORMA D. — Math. 

SPARKS, KAROL K. — English; Sigma 
Tau Delta; Lit. Club. 

SPARKS, MARILYN — Dance; Robertson; 
Sigma Rho Delta, pres.; Half-Time 
Honey, capt.; Butler Ballet. 

SPERBER, ADRIENNE M. 

SPADLING, REBECCA J. — Sociology 
Pi Beta Phi, rec. sec.; Angel Flight 
Mortar Board; Spring Sing; AWS; WRA; 
YWCA. 

STEPHANY, LINDA J. — Elementary Ed.; 
Delta Delta Delta, treas., pledge tnr.; 
Dean's List; Spring Sing; SNEA; AWS. 

STEPHENS, DEAN J. — Sociology; Dean's 
List. 

STINNETT, LANA K. — Sociology-Jour- 
nalism,- Schwitzer; Sigma Delta Chi; 
Theta Sigma Phi, sec, treas.; Col- 
legian; Student Assembly; AWS; WRA; 
YWCA; Geneva Stunts. 

STOUT, CATHARINE M. — Speech; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, rec. sec, pres.; 
hockey; Drift; Spring Sing ; WRA; AWS; 
YWCA. 

STOWE, HEATHER S. — Elementary Ed.; 
Robertson,- Dean's List; Geneva Stunts. 

STUMP, PAULA K. — Sociology-Psychol- 
ogy; Alpha Phi, rec. sec.; Spurs; 
Chimes; Inter-Varsity; WRA; AWS; 
YWCA. 

SUDING, JOHN E. — Physics; Ross; 
intramurals. 

SWEENEY, PATRICIA A. — Dance; Sch- 
witzer,- Butler Ballet. 



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SENIOR INDEX 



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TAYLOR, LOUIS E.— Physical Ed.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; YMCA; baseball; 
basketball. 

TAYLOR, ROBERT E. — Psychology, 
Swing Choir; Men's Choir; Contem- 
porary Choir; cheerleader, captain. 

TEHAN, PATTIANN C. 

THOMAS, FAY M.— English; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

THOMPSON, C. ANN — Elementary Ed. ; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Sigma Nu Little 
Sister; AWS; WRA ; YWCA. 

THURSTON, CAROLYN L. — Elementary 
Ed.; Kappa Kappa Gamma, treas.; 
Kappa Delta Pi; SEA; AWS; WRA; 
YWCA. 

TILTON, JUDITH A.— Spanish; Schwit- 
zer ; Dean's List; Sigma Delta Pi, sec.; 
Student Assembly; Kappa Delta Pi. 



TODD, DEBORAH E. — Physical Ed 
Alpha Phi; Delta Psi Kappa; hockey, 
basketball; tutor; PEMM Club; WRA 
AWS. 

TRUAX, VICKI J. — Physical Ed.; Alpha 
Chi Omega, social chrrn.; PEMM Club; 
Lambda Chi Crescent Club; Angel 
Flight; cheerleader; AWS; WRA; YW- 
CA. 



VIAN, MARIO— English, MSS. 

VOGLER, ROBERT C. — Math-Physics; 
Ross; Arnold Air Society; intramurals; 
AFROTC. 



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WAGNER, R. GAY — Elementary Ed.; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List. 
WALDNER, MICHAEL — Business Ad- 
min.; Sigma Nu; Student Assembly; 
IFC; intramurals. 



WARGO, H. STEPHEN — Pharmacy 
Ross; Phi Delta Chi; Waytes Guild 
Marching Band. 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES F. — Zoology 

track; Dean's List; Inter-Varsity. 

WILLIAMS, KATHRYN B.— Music Ed 
Delta Delta Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon 
Marching Band; Symphonic Band 
MENC; ISTA; Waytes Guild; BU Sym 
phony; Wind Ensemble. 

WINN, WILLIAM C— Pharmacy, Phi 
Kappa Psi; Spring Sing. 

WIRTHWEIN, SUSAN K.— Home Eco- 
nomics; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Chimes; MSS- Drift- 
AWS. 

WISE, KATHLEEN A.— Mathematics 
Alpha Chi Omega, treas., vice-pres. 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Spurs; Chimes 
Mortar Board; Kappa Mu Epsilon 
Kappa Delta Pi; Honors Program 
Gavel, editor; Hub Award; Spoke 
Award; Outstanding Student; Student 
Assembly; SEA; Geneva Stunts; WRA; 
AWS ; YWCA cabinet. 



WOLFE, STEVEN B.— Elementary Ed.; 
Marching Band; Alpha Phi Omega. 

WOMER, PAMELA J.— Elementary Ed.; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Chimes; Mortar 
Board; swimming,- AWS; WRA; YWCA. 

WRIGHT, TIMOTHY T.— Business; Phi 
Delta Theta, sec.; Young Republicans, 
vice-pres.; Geneva Stunts; YMCA. 



YOUNG, CHERYL A.— Home Economics; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Welwyn Club; 
Geneva Stunts; AWS; WRA; YWCA. 



ZERCHER, J. EUGENE — Physical Ed., 
Ross; intramurals, director; Blue Key, 
vice-pres.; Geneva Stunts,- Young 
Republicans; Inter-Varsity Christian 
Fellowship. 




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Abbitt, Patti — 35,82,159,172 

Abel, Robert — 71,160,202 

Abernathy, Margaret — 82,222 

Adams, Anne — 161,176,203,208 

Adams, Mitchell — I 1,220 

Adu, Ogheneovo — 142 

Aich, Bob — 155,171,176,218 

Albea, Butch — 18,124 

Albert, Colleen — 82 

Allardice, Susan — 82 

Allen, David — 194,220 

Allen, Karen — 187 

Allen, Kathie — 210 

Allred, Ron — 1 1 1 

Althoff, Bruce — 82,172,218 

Alvis, Gregory — 83,147 

Anastopoulos, Dorothea — 155,203 

Anderson, Arleen — 82 

Anderson, Chris — 84 

Anderson, Debbie — 71 

Anderson, Kris — 35,192,203 

Anderson, Linnea — 210 

Anderson, Terry — 166,169 

Andress, Dave — 124,202 

Andry, E. Robert — 1 14 

Arbogast, F. E. — 38,106 

Archer, Susan — 196 

Armentrout, Brenda — 196,203 

Armstrong, Janet — 11,38,163,221 

Arnold, Dave — 1 81 

Asbury, Debbie — 196 

Ashby, Ann — 163,173,222 

Ashmore, Lottie — 71 

Aston, Muffie — 131,196,203 

Atkins, Steve — 73 

Atwood, David — 2 

Auble, Karen — 82,164 

Auron, Marty — 194 

Austin, Mike — 82,206-207 

Austin, Phil — 206 

Axiotes, Cindy — 176,198-199,203 

Axley, Bill — 70 

Ayres, Michael — 89,170 



Babinec, Jack — 53,124,223 

Backderf, Merrilee — 82 

Baer, Jeff — 200 

Bagnoli, Jim — 132,142,177,204 

Bailey, Glenn — 1 1 1 

Bailey, James — 171 

Bailey, Mari — 14,196,205 

Baker, Sammye — 82,159 

Barber, Louann — 172 

Barger, Terry — 205,210,250 

Bargholz, Pam — 198 

Barker, Katie — 82,172,190-191 

Barnes, Janis — 82,172,198,203 

Barnes, Pat — 82 

Barnes, Scott — 204 

Barnes, Susan — 156,172-173 

Barron, John B. — 168 

Bartusiewicz, Dale — 206 



Bayless, John — 122 

Baylor, Fred — 217 

Beals, Jane — 70,208 

Bean, Tom — 217 

Beaverson, Neil — 124,223 

Bechtold, Sue — 15,188,189,205 

Beck, Bob — 204 

Beck, Sally — 22 

Becker, Michael — 82 

Beecher, Helen — 73 

Beeler, Mark — 223 

Beem, Greg — 70 

Beer, Nancy — 156,187 

Beeson, Robert — 194 

Behnken, Rosemary — 155-156 

Bell, Greg — 150,200 

Benbow, Don — 123-124,130 

Beneker, Amy — 83 

Benjamin, Jill — 155,203 

Benko, Kent — 175,194 

Bennett, Harvey — 217 

Benson, Mark — 71 

Benson, Nancy — 210 

Berg, Robert — 1 94 

Berkshire, Donna — 33,154 

Berman, Hal — 217 

Bernstein, Marty — 163,172,218 

Berry, Debby — 187 

Bessett, Jill — 198 

Bessey, William — 1 14 

Bettis, Gail — 70 

Bevelhimer, Sue — 70 

Beyer, Werner — 115,170,173 

Biasile, Bob — 5 

Biggam, Susan — 171,222 

Bigler, Ann — 192-193 

Bignall, Bambi — 83,196 

Bingham, Gary — 83 

Binning, John — 160,177,217 

Birchman, Anne — 71 

Bishop, Dave — 124 

Bishop, Jackie — 191 

Black, Debbie — 71,198,203 

Black, Larry — 174 

Bleck, Sandy — 155,180 

Blewett, Cindy — 208 

Blighton, Oren — 1 1 1 

Bloom, Bruce — 71 

Blue, Becky — 83,159 

Blue, Michael — 83,165 

Began, Pam — 161 

Boggs, Denise — 210 

Boggs, Susie — 192 

Bohnert, Mark — 124 

Bohon, Randy — 147,162,202 

Bole, Randy — 124 

Boles, Ruthann — 71,191 

Bond, Alex — 83,100,169,174 

Bonert, Mark — 215 

Bonheim, Officer — 163 

Bowman, Barb — 212 

Boyd, Ernie — 171,218-219 

Boyle, Patricia — 83 

Brady, Kathe — 192 

Braillier, Cindy — 187 

Braillier, Deb — 46,156,187,203 

Brainard, Jim — 73,181 

Brandt, Jeff — 37 

Braunschweig, Laurie — 192,203 

Bredeweg, Holly — 202 

Brennan, Patsy — 187 



Brewer, Dan — 55,77,83 

Brewer, Mary — 83,205,208-209 

Brezausek, Carl — 176 

Bridges, Steve — 132,142,162 

Brinson, Donna — 71 

Bristley, Norm — 147 

Broady, Eunice — 71,212 

Broering, Karen — 156,173,176-177, 

181,188,211 
Brooks, Heather — 137,192 
Brown, Bertram — 71 
Brown, Carol — 196,203 
Brown, Charlie — 150,204,209 
Brown, Chip — 19 
Brush, Betsy — 83 
Bruskin, Howie — 83,223 
Bryant, Mike — 70,148 
Buchanan, Greg — 206 
Buck, David — 218 
Buchalew, Dennis — 216 
Bueke, Bill — 1 11 
Buesching, Don — 177 
Buis, John — 147,162,204 
Bullington, Michael — 83,158 
Burgess, Jill — 58,207-209 
Burkett, Steve — 83 
Burkhart, George — 1 1 1 
Burks, Dan — 223 
Burleson, Tom — 132-133,142-143 

202 
Burns, Janett — 155-156,170 177 

188 
Butterfield, Bev — 192,203 
Buxton, Cary — 83,150,204-205 



Cahn, Judith — 83 

Cahnley, Kevin — 21 1 

Cain, Floyd — 1 1 1 

CaJacob, Joyce — 172,188 

Caldwell, John — 200 

Campanale, Kris — 211 

Campbell, Elaine — 173,198-199 

Campbell, Jeff — 215 

Carfolite, David W. — 79,157,166- 

167,174,182 
Carlson, Ann — 85,164,191 
Carlson, David — 194 
Carlson, Guy — 194 
Carmichael, Bruce — 146-147,162, 

215 
Carmichael, Steve — 142 
Carr, Char — 163 
Carr, Michael — 85 
Carrington, Perri — 176,196,203 
Carroll, Alice — 192 
Carter, Doug — 73 
Cauger, Richard E. — 22 
Cava, Frank — 127,174,194 
Cawthorne, Chris — 174-175 
Cawthorne, Raymond — 106 
Chackan, Debbie — 212 
Chapman, Karen — 172,191 
Chappuis, Mark — 124,215 
Chatlien, Therese — 66 
Cheek, Lloyd — 124 
Chenette, Louis — 106 
Chenoweth, Gene — 1 06 



Cheshire, Jim — 124 

Chesnut, Laurie — 172 

Chin, Garey — 15 

Christensen, Beckie — 156,173,187 

Christie, Barb — 188 

Christoff, Penny — 85,164 

Christoff, William — 71,165 

Clark, Doug — 150,218 

Clark, Gordon — 115 

Claxton, John — 221,229 

Clayton, Steve — 124-125,128,130, 
147,162 

Cleveland, Ken — 177,181,206 

Close, Mike — 70,72 

Colbert, John — 73,1 15 

Cole, Cathy — 71,222 

Coleman, Carol — 210 

Coleman, Paul — 127 

Collins, Phillip — 194 

Collins, Stephen — 78 

Comfort, George — 1 3 

Conder, Scott — 206 

Cook, Bobby — 66,68 

Cooke, Tom — 85,144,162,202 

Cooper, Cindy — 85,190-191 

Cooper, Frank — 23,80 

Cooper, Nancy — 156,187 

Cooper, Ron — 85,124,133,202 

Corbett, Mark — 124 

Corbrey, Georgia — 71 

Corcoran, Val — 42,197 

Cornell, Alan — 77 

Cotts, Mom — 192 

Coulis, Thea — 85,159,164 

Cowart, Debbie — 58,205,208 

Cox, Bill — 1 1 1 

Cox, Emily — 85 

Cox, Phil — 71,134 

Cox, Terry — 204 

Crain, Clarence — 10,85,120,134,136 

Cramer, Maxine — 106 

Crane, Cathie — 208 

Crapo Jacque — 154 

Crispen, Bill — 85,188 

Creasey, Deb — 85,188 

Creasey, Jan — 188 

Cripe, Julie — 35,131,187 

Cripe, Nicholas — 23,115,178 

Crispen, Bill — 85,215 

Crowe, Josefa — 24 

Cummings, Ken — 145,218 

Cummings, Rick — 85,158,174 

Cunningham, Dave — 124,134,215 

Curran, Pat — 163,200 

Curry, Clair — 137,208 

Curry, Jim — 147,162 

Curry, Louis — 1 62 

Curry, Robert — 71 

Curtis, John — 142,171 

Custer, Kathleen — 71,164,216,222 

Cutrera, Charles — 85 

Cvengros, John — 134,218 



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Dageforde, Emily — 85,159,172,176 
Dairl, Sue Ann — 187 
Dale, Susie — 86,208,237 
Dickerson, Devra — 170,203,208-209 



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Daniels, Debsie — 197 

Darko, Donald — 86 

Davidoff, Jeff— 223 

Davies, Dan — 202 

Davies, Jeff — 142,155,181 

Davis, Carole — 86 

Davis, Charles — 218 

Davis, Dorothy — 71,161,187,203 

Davis, Genie — 86,187,203 

Davis, Jeff— 219 

Davis, Joe — 86,142-143,149 

Davis, Linda — 42,86,222 

Davis, Ken — 200 

Davis, Nina — 219 

Davis, Richard — 107 

Davis, Tom — 150 

Dawn, William — 24 

Decoursey, Barbara — 71,222 

Deer, Dave — 125,160,214 

Deffenbaugh, Doreen — 58,86,171, 

188-189 
Deich, Dana — 86,192-193 
Delancey, Charlie — 86,158,181,218 
Delaney, Dave — 124,200 
DeLong, Bob — 174 
Denton, Adel — 176,190-191 
Denton, Patty — 181,191 
Derby, Laura — 74,86,137 
Dethlefs, John — 217 
DeTrude, Keith — 124,202 
Deutsche, Bob — 202-203 
DeVoe, Kathy — 71,208 
DeVoe, Scott — 202 
Devore, Tanya — 74-75,198,203 
Dickerson, Beth — 7 1,212 



Dickos, Theone — 198-199 
Didier, Sarah — 191 
Dieroff, Rich — 147 
Dietz, Joe — 84,163,247 
Dilley, Calista — 86 
Dimitriou, Kris — 188 
Dinsmore, Jeff — 174,216 
Divine, Ann — 86,164 
Dixon, Wes — 89,170,220 
Dodson, David — 71 
Dodson, Roger — 124,215 
Doerr, Ken — 8 
Doig, Deb — 213 
Dole, Jill— 8,76 
Doll, Greg — 1 1 1 
Donahue, Nora — 208 
Dorsey, Neal — 86,127 
Doty, Diane — 205,208 
Double, Ken — 219 
Douglass, Pat — 67-68,86 
Dowd, Joe — 124,126,202 
Dowd, Susan — 60 
Doyle, John — 1 66 
Dresel, Susan — 86,208 
Drew, Vicki — 71,191 
Dreywood, Carol — 73 
Drinka, Phil — 223 
Drybrough, Niven — 132,142 
Dufendach, Vicki — 205 
Duffin, John — 134 
Duhamell, Steve — 206 
Duncan, Eva — 213 
Dunker, Tom — 87,262 



Dutney, Donna — 192,203 
Dyer, Tom — 142,223 



Eager, Marel — 87 

Eby, Thomas — 87 

Eckman, Robert — 41,189 

Edelman, Tess — 75-76,237 

Edinger, Tom — 174,216 

Edwards, Ron — 87,172 

Eggert, Kyle — 134,202 

Eggleston, Steve — 18,165,195 

Ehret, Kent — 123,134,139,231 

Ehinger, Ken — 215 

Eikenberry, Heidi— 161, 169,174-176, 

196 
Eisenhower, Julie Nixon — 16 
Ellabarger, Dan — 172 
Ellis, Lisa— 196,205 
Eltzroth, Steve — 202 
Emmons, Mark— 70,1 50,1 74,177 
Erlich, Richard — 70,177 
Eschenbrenner, Janie — 187 
Eslick, Athina — 190-191 
Etling, William — 107 
Etter, Ann— 87,159,171,177 
Evans, Dave — 71,87,165 
Evans, Theresa — 87,221 



Everson, Beth — 213 
Evritt, Kay — 166,213 



Faber, Pam — 191 

Fabiszak, Carl — 87 

Fall, Mark — 200 

Fallin, Laurie — 60 

Fant, Duane — 165,176 

Farinelli, Angel — 156 

Farrar, Janet— 87,1 37,1 61 ,198 

Farrell, John — 194 

Farrell, Thomas — 194 

Farris, Marc — 181,204 

Farrow, Debbie — 173 

Feldman, Dana — 192-193 

Felkins, Debbie— 156,170,203 

Fenton, William — 71,165 

Ferguson, Lydia — 71 

Ferrucci, Patti — 20,87,196 

Fickert, Steve — 18,124,133 

Field, Owen— 2,87,158,195,183, 

220 
Fine, Irving — 249 
Fink, Nancy — 192 
Fisher, Tom — 124,215 
Fisher, Jeff— 200-201 
Fisher, Reed — 204 
Fisher, Sue — 70 
Flanagan, Marianne — 71 



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Flood, Royce — 178-179 

Fogarty, Pat — 87,198 

Folck, Jeffrey — 194 

Forbes, Robin — 71,198 

Ford, Kit— 87,208 

Fordwell, Jeff — 160 

Fore, Jan — 212 

Forrester, Robin — 222 

Fox, Kerry — 145 

Fox, Stephen — 235 

Frankiewicz, Cynthia — 71 

Frasz, Paula — 58,127 

Freas, Tom — 124,202 

Fredricks, Ed— 87,165 

Free, Monica — 212 

Freeland, Ellis — 1 1 1 

Frei, Sue — 1 87 

Friedman, Marc — 134 

Frye, Janet — 164,222 

Fudella, Jean — 222 

Fullenweider, Dick — 174,200-201 

Fuller, Debbie — 156,176 



Gage, Amie — 180 

Gaines, Louis — 87 

Gallagher, Donna — 155-156 

Gallagher, Pat — 70,127,172,216-217 

Garrett, Kathy — 156,197 

Garrett, Sandy — 164,196,203 

Gartland, Nancy — 207-208 

Gash, Cindy — 61,71,187,216 

Gaus, Wendy — 77 

Gehring, Jon — 216 

Gehring, Paula — 156,188 

Geib, George — 25 

Geller, Susan— 210 

Gentry, Jim — 88,202 

George, Cyndy — 229,232 

Germaine, Suzanne — 211 

Gibbons, Mike — 178-179,206 

Gibson, Mark — 88 

Gibson, Sheila — 213 

Gilbert, Sandy — 70 



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Giodatti, Pete — 219 
Giovati, Sue — 174 
Gladden, Kathy — 196 
Gladden, Raymond — 107 
Glass, Kim — 203 
Gleason, Dick — 150,218 
Glenn, William — 68 
Goddard, Dave — 134,202 
Godollei, Rachel — 71,74,211 
Goebel, Lynn — 88,213 
Goetten, John — 37,219 
Goff, Paula — 71 
Goffinet, Brad — 147,214-215 
Golden, Walt — 174 
Golliher, Don — 194,220 
Goodman, Michael — 147 
Gossard, Greg — 1 24 
Gould, Jamie — 88,213 
Grady, Bill — 76-77,88 
Graf, David — 177-178 
Grasson, Jane — 156 
Gray, Chris — 88 
Gray, Steve — 71 



Greenawalt, Loren — 71,218 
Greer, David — 174 
Gregoline, Laurie — 192 
Gregory, Peg — 71,213 
Grenda, Bob — 124,130 
Griffin, Michael — 147,223 
Griffin, Jean — 156,192 
Grimes, Cathy — 88 
Grimes, Darla — 88 
Grimes, Margaret — 107 
Grubbs, Jim — 204 
Gruber, John — 124 
Guggenheim, John — 215 
Gumerson, Christine — 71 



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Hamblen, Kathy — 192 

Hambleton, Frances — 1 64 

Hamilton, Ed — 202 

Hamilton, Jim — 177,216 

Hamilton, Lisa — 192 

Hamilton, Randy — 88 

Hampton, Scott — 217 

Hamstra, Tony — 171 

Hancock, Jeri — 39,198,203 

Hanika, Tom — 202-203 

Hanna, Jamie — 88 

Hannan, Dennis — 223 

Hannum, Kenneth — 171 

Hanson, Larry — 88 

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Hardesty, John — 88-89,1 50,1 67,1 69, 

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Hardwick, Dana — 47,88,163,217 
Hare, Tammy — 137,181,187 
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Harney, Lou — 202 

Harper, Ann — 175 

Harper, John — 218 

Harreld, Deb— 177,1 86-7 

Harries, Julie — 166,188 

Harris, Bob— 134-5 

Harris, Burt — 174,218 

Harris, Ian — 145,149 

Harshey, Frank — 178 

Hart, Dan— 150 

Hart, Jim — 70 

Harter, Abie— 90,1 59,170,1 73,21 2 

Harter, Mary— 1 55-6,173,177,213 

Hartley, Cyndi — 51,74,151,188 

Harton, Bob — 1 34 

Harvey, Judy — 41,90,154,159,171, 

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Hatzes, Bob — 215 
Hauser, Janet — 90,162 
Hauss, Jim — 124 
Hauth, Michael — 194 
Havens, Gary — 90,158,169 
Haverty, Kathy — 166,210 



Hawkins, Chuck — 147 
Hawkins, Jeanne — 171 
Hayslett, Jerry — 149 
Hazen, Bill — 57 
Heberling, Sherry — 90 
Hebert, Fred — 124,142,162 
Hebert, Joy— 172,213 
Heck, Steve — 67-8 
Hedge, Floyd — 1 1 1 
Heiden, Charmaine — 71 
Hein, Dave — 124 
Helvaty, Barbara — 90 
Hemmert, Bill — 69,71,174,217 
Henry, Bob — 171,176-177,218 
Hensle, Jim— 95,217 
Henzie, Charles A. — 116 
Hepler, J. William — 26,116 
Hiatt, Vergil — 116 
Hickman, Joe — 147,162 
Hicks, Sally — 172 
Hieber, Darrell — 90 
Hillis, Bub — 181 
Himes, Kathie — 90,187 
Himmel, Keith — 124,162 



Hinds, Meri — 39,198 
Hinkle, Paul — 107 
Hinshaw, Colonel — 49 
Hitz, Barb — 4,183,196,197 
Hizer, Jane — 192,203 
Hoehn, Beth — 156,173,188 
Hoff, Lewis — 165 
Hoffman, Dubbie — 49,176 
Hoffman, Mary — 90 
Hoffman, Michael — 90 
Hoffman, Ruby — 223 
Hoffman, Rene — 3,8 
Hoffman, Steve — 217 
Hoffmann, Jeanne — 178-179 
Hoffmeister, Jan — 156,191 
Hoke, Larry — 61,163,216 
Hollingsead, Pam— 1 55,1 73,1 81 ,2 
Holloway, Nancy — 71,210 
Holmes, Dianne — 71 
Holscauser, Judy — 84,90 
Hood, Dana — 71,90,142-143,158, 

162,202 
Hooks, Marsha — 66,68 
Hopkins, Dave — 235 



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Horner, Jon — 156,172,196,203 

Horrigan, Kathy — 181,208 

Hott, Elise — 71,192,203 

Householder, Steve — 155,177,179 

Houser, Patricia — 71 

Howard, William — 149 

Howey, Elisa — 71,198 

Hoyt, Laurie — 203,208 

Hsu, Annie — 172 

Hudock, MaryAnn — 90 

Hudson, Jeff — 206,234 

Hueber, Martha — 197,212 

Huff, John — 218 

Huff, Joe — 1 65 

Huffman, Anita — 188 

Hulett, Pam— 71,90,159,187 

Hullett, Dave — 215 

Humphrey, Diane — 127,176,208 

Humphrey, Ryan — 218-219 

Hund, Jerry — 127,218 

Hunt, Kevin— 204 

Hurrle, Ott — 124 

Hurst, Kim — 174 

Huseman, Dan — 202 

Huseman, Paul — 176 

Hutar, Karen — 187 

Hutchnison, Kay — 21 1 

Hutchison, Sue — 39,198-199 



lauco, Dianne — 71 

Iknayan, Kathy — 213 

Ingardia, Richard — 250 

Ingram, Paul — 166-167,169 

Ireland, Linda — 177,210 

Irwin, Johanna — 203,207-208 

Isakson, Rhonda— 91 ,1 54,159,1 61 , 

173,178,187 
Isenbarger, Tom — 1 24,1 26,1 34 
Isenberg, Elizabeth — 91,213 
Isenhower, Amy — 71,173,193 



Jackson, Alvin— 91,218 

Jackson, Jan — 1 91 

Jackson, Jim — 124 

Jame, Mark — 217 

Janes, Ruth — 198,203 

Jarvis, Michelle — 18,91,192 

Jefferson, Evanda — 217 

Jefferson, Joe — 176,218 

Jeffries, Karen — 91 

Jennings, Dennis — 155,163,177,206 

Jensen, Bruce — 218 

Jensen, Sally — 210 

Job, Sharon — 172,187 

Johannes, Gary — 70 

John, Barb — 52,71,181,188 

Johnson, Beverly — 91 

Johnson, E. Paul — 124 

Johnson, Erik C. A. — 91,1 82-1 83, 

220,256 
Johnson, Greg — 163 
Johnson, Jody — 172,213 
Johnson, Judy — 196,203 
Johnson, Linda — 91,164 
Johnson, Sheryl — 70,156,212 
Johnson, Tom — 145,147,166,169 
Johnson, Tony — 204 



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Jones, Alexander E. — 13,38,42,104 

Jones, Betty — 64 

Jones, Bob — 132,142,177 

Jones, Jay — 218 

Jones, Judy — 39,188 

Joyce, Elizabeth — 71,211 



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Kaberg, Rick — 205 

Kafka, Liz — 196 

Kaisler, Scott — 223 

Kaminskis, Talis — 150 

Kammer, Valetta — 91,221 

Kanter, Pam — 251 

Kaplan, Diane — 91,170,198 

Karnes, Jeanne — 172 

Kaufman, Karl L — 108 

Kazacoff, George — 170 

Kazmer, Beth — 75,91 

Kazmer, Joseph — 91 

Keddie, Al— 174 

Keene, Jim — 217 

Keffer, Lynn — 156,176,203,208 

Keilman, Debbie — 171 

Keith, Rich — 146,147,202 

Keller, Lisa — 59,137,156,183,196 

Kelley, Harvey — 142,149 

Kelly, Bruce — 204 

Kelly, Tim — 163,215 

Kemp, Cindy — 198 



Kenagy, Bob — 91 

Kendrick, Gary — 91,204-205 

Kennedy, Chris — 177,213 

Kennedy, Edward— 17 

Kenney, Jeff— 223 

Kenny, Howie — 91,202 

Kerchner, Sallyanne — 92,159 

kersey, Pam — 187 

Kesler, John— 132 

Kessen, Mike — 70,216 

Ketrow, Janne — 208 

Ketterman, Terry — 208 

Kienitz, Dennis — 70,165 

Kilduski, Nancy— 92 

Kinel, Karen — 92 

King, Doug — 57,92,100,158,204-205 

Kinne, Susan— 71 ,92,1 81,191 

King, Leslie — 173,208 

Kirsch, Joseph — 26 

Kingsbury, Jackie — 92 

Kinzler, Karlene — 92,164 

Kirk, Carter— 218 

Kirsch, Cyndy— 92,188 

Kitley, Paul— 178 

Klapp, Juliann — 71 

Klein, Deborah — 92 

Klein, Ernest — 70 

Klein, George — 124 

Klein, Ken — 174 

Klippel, Richard — 72 

Knezevich, David — 218 

Koch, Aimee — 183,198-199,203 

Koehl, Joe — 1 1 1 

Koehl, Paula— 71,192 

Koers, Katie — 188 

Kolle, Sheridan — 156,176,183,198 



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Koontz, Carlo — 92,161,181,1! 
Korb, Martha — 92,170,198 
Korch, Wayne — 92 
Kovach, John — 71 
Kowalenko, Julia — 203 
Krauser, Larry — 70,148,165 
Krauser, Pam — 70 
Krummel, Forrest — 1 94 
Krzanowski, Joan — 172 
Kuhn, Veva — 71 
Kuntz, Bill — 124 



La Croix, Nicki — 156,176,188 
Ladd, John — 171 
Lahr, Ruth Ann — 173,198 
Lakes, Patti — 71,208 
Lakis, Penelope — 211 
Lambert, Holly — 71,210,211 
Lammers, Jane — 157 
Lammers, Pam — 173 
Lamparelli, Bruce — 160,194 
Lamparelli, Rick — 92,150 
Land, William T. — 27 
Landfair, Stan — 216-217 
London, Barb — 183,198,303 
Landry, Greg — 124,216 
Larson, Deb — 68,180 
Laudien, Joyce — 172,191 
Laudig, Caroline — 191 
Lautner, Dave — 142,162,215 
Laverty, Steven — 172,217 
Lawrence, JoAnn — 92 
Layman, Janis — 177,213 



Layton, Pam — 173,192 

Leamon, Mike — 142 

LeBeau, Curt — 147,162 

LeBeau, Kent — 147 

Lee, Anita — 171 

Lee, Holly — 196,205 

Leeth, Art — 218 

Leibenguth, Charla — 171 

LeMay, Curt — 204 

Lenz, George — 217 

Leonard, Dennis — 124,126 

Leonard, Robert — 218 

LaPard, Sue — 172,187 

Leverenz, Theodore — 170 

Levin, Cathy — 71,92,164 

Levy, Alan — 93,220 

Lewellyn, Mike — 155 

Lewis, Bob — 124,202-203 

Lewis, Dave — 204 

Lewis, Jane — 13,108 

Lind, Janis — 198,205 

Lindberg, Arthur — 108 

Lindley, Vicki — 71,198 

Link, Rhonda — 165 

Link, Rich — 204 

Litel, Liz — 157 

Liftman, Josh — 93,174 

Liu, Willy — 93 

Loffland, Donna — 208,216 

Logsdon, Art — 166,202,218 

Loomis, Larry — 93,163,174,21! 

Love, Jay — 215 

Lowe, Roger — 77 

Lowrance, Steve — 204 

Lowry, Jenny — 63,196 

Lowry, Kurt — 216 

Lucca, Raoul — 176 

Luey, Marsha — 1 87 

Luken, Peggy — 171 



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Lukes, Frank — 93,165 

Lung, Scott — 194 

Luttrell, Grace — 93,192,203 

Luttrell, Joyce — 71 

Luttrell, Steve — 216 

Lux, Bronwyn — 230 

Lux, Tony — 69-70,166,182,206 

Lynch, Bill — 120,124-125,134-135, 

138,202 
Lyons, Stan — 1 32 
Lyons, Tom — 132,142,177 



M 



MacDonald, Al — 147,162,202 
MacDonald, Wendy — 39,191 
Madaras, Vicki — 71 
Mago, Pete — 1 74 
Maines, Larry — 1 1 1 
Mailers, Phil — 202 
Malley, Jill — 162,192 
Mally, Chris — 145,174 
Mancuso, Edward — 218 
Mandich, Bob — 223 
Mandula, Mike — 93,202 
Manos, George — 1 1 1 
Maple, Susan — 172,192 
Marcattilio, Tony — 10,14,93,150, 

220 
Marks, John — 174 
Marling, Rex — 171 
Marlowe, Peggy — 1 08 
Martin, Diana — 75 
Martin, Faith — 93,196 
Mason, Daryl — 120,123,134,136, 

138-139 
Masouris, Penny — 70 
Max, Howard — 150,202 
Mazur, Richard — 218 
McClain, Sally — 198 
McClarnon, Kevin — 77,124,202 
McCowan, George — 124-125 
McCoy, Dennis — 70,206 
McCoy, Janet — 89,93,188 
McCoy, Maureen — 71 
McCullough, Dave — 38,251 
McDevitt, Mike — 124,162 
McDonald, Prill — 156,163,188-189 
McEdwards, Tamara — 93 
McElfresh, Charles — 124,147 
McGraw, Bebe — 208 
McGuire, Diane — 162,187 
McHugh, Maureen — 21 1 
Mcintosh, Sara — 3,136,154,161,173, 

177,183,198 
McKee, Lynn — 71 

McKinley, Kyle — 71,155-156,198,203 
McKinney, E. Myers — 93 
McKinney, John — 171 
McKown, George — 93 
McKown, Janet — 64,154 
McLinn, Jim — 146-147 
McManama, Patti — 173,188 
McMichael, Paul — 71 
McMullen, Carol — 27,170 
McNamara, Ruth — 192 
McPeak, Carol — 137,187 
Meadows, Carol — 188 
Medich, Mary — 93,164 
Meeker, Sally — 58,67,180,186 
Meili, Robert — 94,177 
Meloy, Maureen — 212 
Mench, Tom — 124,214-215 



Mendenhall, Mrs. Phillip — 37 
Menez, Mary — 52,71,187 
Merrick, Debbie — 71,188,216 
Merrick, Sally — 71,164 
Metaxas, Linda — 70,73 
Metcalf, Marsha — 156,173,191 
Metze, Toni — 94,222 
Metzinger, Dave — 124,202 
Metzler, Brad — 217 
Meyer, Bruce — 14 
Miller, Dennis — 155,176,202 
Miller, Diane — 3,14,59-60,154,156, 

183,198 
Miller, Janice — 89,100,170 
Miller, Jay — 177 
Miller, Kathe — 155-156,176,198 
Miller, Larry — 132-133,142,155,177 
Miller, Mar — 191 
Miller, Ned — 157 
Miller, Tom — 178,218 
Mills, Cathie — 39,177,191 
Mills, Emily — 156,173,177,191 
Minko, John — 132,142,174 
Mitchell, Betsy — 208 
Mitchell, Dan — 167 
Mitter, Claudia — 187 
Mocas, Christo — 108 
Mocek, Bob — 223 
Mock, Jim — 223 
Mohnssen, Jill — 193 
Moloney, Cathie — 176,196-197 
Molloy, Jill — 198 
Monesmith, Dave — 204 
Monserez, Marty — 123,134,138-139, 

162,204 
Montgomery, Nancy — 164-165 
Moo, Jane — 181,188 
Mooney, Elaine — 164 
Moore, Duane — 94 
Moore, Gary — 144 
Moore, Jane — 1 81 
Moore, Kent — 144,160,215 
Moore, Mark — 160,204 
Moore, Nancy — 28 
Morelli, Mark — 215 
Morgan, Janette — 71,164 
Morgan, Karen — 1 37 
Morgan, Steve — 176 
Morin, Mom — 198 
Morris, Jim — 147 
Morris, Patty — 156,182-183,196 
Morrison, T. Joseph — 28 
Morrow, Det> — 1 87 
Mount, Jim — 94,223 
Muehl, John — 111 
Mueller, David — 94 
Mueller, Diane — 163 
Mulholland, James — 71 
Murphy, Kevin — 202-203 
Murphy, Tom — 94,176,218 
Murphy, William — 94,194 
Murray, Pam — 5,196 
Muta, Harry — 124,126 
Myatt, Gene — 124 
Myers, Jan — 188 



N 



Nackenhorst, Debra — 210 
Nau, Jim — 204 
Nay, Marilyn — 71 
Nazzaro, John — 38 
Neat, Scott — 1 34 



Neher, William — 29,178 

Nelson, David — 218 

Nelson, John — 94,202 

Newbold, Bill — 94,172 

Neumier, Steve — 200 

Newton, Mike — 155,218 

Nichols, Carolyn — 52,198-199,203 

Nichols, Sharon — 60 

Nicholson, John — 223 

Nicol, Rhonda — 137,187 

Niehaus, Susan — 66,94,180,222 

Nielson, Kaj — 117 

Nielson, Todd — 13,84,94,158 

Nienhuis, Marc — 94,220 

Niermeyer, Susan — 187 

Noble, Dawnie — 71 

Noga, Pat — 75,94 

Nolan, Dan — 124 

Norris, Paul — 124,125 

Norton, Leslie — 66,76,180 

Nygaard, Joseph — 108 



Oberting, Dave — 124 

O'Brien, James — 194 

O'Brien, Karen — 196 

O'Connor, Brian — 94,160,223 

O'Day, Kevin — 71,202-203 

Odom, Cappi — 188 

Ogden, Guy — 1 34,204 

Ohne, Patricia — 94 

Olive, Marcy — 76 

O'Malia, Sharon — 172 

Opel, Tim — 145 

Opell, Julie — 47,64,154,156,166-167 

169,188 
Oppenlander, Ben — 142 
Orders, Mary — 96,181 
Orelup, Margaret — 37,161,191 
Orelup, Mimi — 96,191 
Orloff, Milena — 155,198,205 
Orris, J. B. — 172 
Osborn, Danny — 204 
Osborne, Carol — 39,173,198 
Osborne, Jenni — 198 
Osborne, Richard — 29 
Osier, John — 96,217 
O'Sullivan, Donna — 188 
Oswald, Mary — 96 
Ottensmeyer, Fred — 171 
Outt, Tom — 70,218 
Ovelmen, Dick — 96,247 
Owen, Kathy — 165 
Owen, Pam — 176,188-189 
Owen, Jack — 144 
Oyler, Jeannette — 71 
Ozols, Ingrid — 156 



Page, Diane — 96,222 

Palm, Rick — 147 

Panos, Greg — 215 

Papola, Carol — 50,96,192-193,203 

Paras, Carol — 197 

Parker, Carol — 157 

Parks, Susan — 96,198 

Patelis, Chris — 200 



Paulson, Craig — 124,223 

Pautsch, Linda — 50,156,181,188 

Pelton, John — 117 

Pelton, Judy — 70,163 

Pendexter, Bob — 157 

Penovich, Marilyn — 155-156,170,173, 

177,212 
Perkins, Helen — 61 
Perkoff, Judy — 192,203 
Perazzo, John — 200-201 
Petermann, David — 71,165 
Peterson, Cheryl — 77 
Peterson, Laurie — 170 
Peterson, Mark — 206 
Pettigrew, Pam — 74 
Phelan, Beth — 137,156,196 
Phelps, Diana — 192,217 
Phelps, Valerie — 71,222 
Phillippe, James R. — 118,175 
Phillippe, Jamie — 64,96,131,154, 

159,176,196 
Pickens, Thomas — 176 
Pickett, Patricia — 96 
Pietrusinski, Ruth — 96,161,171, 

190-191 
Pike, Darrell — 96 
Pinto, Carlo — 162,192 
Pippenger, Susan — 96 
Planck, Marsha — 96,169 
Plate, Thomas — 96 
Plavchak, Ed — 181-183,206 
Podraza, Arlene — 210 
Pollock, Connie — 60,188 
Pond, Bill — 163, 177 
Poole, Bobbie — 97 
Pope, Laurel — 188 
Porter, Karen — 172,191 
Porter, Mary — 172,198 
Porter, Sara — 172 
Potts, Cheryl — 73,175 
Potts, Karin — 155,210 
Powell, John — 117,149,176 
Powell, Fred — 124,133 
Powell, Jeff — 155,176,218 
Powell, William — 109 
Pozsgai, Kathleen — 212 
Precious, Brent — 71 
Premo, Jennifer — 71,164 
Presslor, Dava — 196 
Price, Stephen — 97 
Pritchard, Robert — 157 
Proctor, Cindy — 178 
Pruitt, Gregory — 194 
Pruitt, Mark — 142 
Punyahotra, Aporni — 212 
Puvogel, Jim — 160,194,195 



Qualkinbush, Leah — 155,176,1! 
Quear, Terry — 211 
Quinney, Paul — 1 18 



Radtke, Sherry — 155-156,170 
Rafferty, Theresa — 208 
Ragozzino, Carl — 97,171 
Ralston, Meri Anne — 97,222 



241 



Ramotnik, Andrew — 194 

Randel, John — 134 

Raper, Margaret — 71 

Rowlings, Mike — 70 

Ray, Tammy— 71, 156,1 64, 192, 203 

Rae, Mary Ann — 212 

Reagen, Thomas — 1 94 

Rearick, Mike — 97,202 

Reasoner, Craig — 165 

Redding, Keith — 204 

Redmond, Rachel — 120,137 

Redmond, Tom — 124,130,133,162 

Reed, Randy — 147,202 

Reed, Steve — 70 

Reid, Ken — 223 

Reiner, Arte — 1 1 ,72 

Reiner, Barry — 217 

Reinhardt, Craig — 134,139,202 

Reising, Jeanne — 97,208 

Relford, Cyndy — 166-167 

Reynolds, Diane — 181 

Reynolds, Jon — 69 

Reynolds, Sharon — 97 

Rhoades, Thomas — 109 

Rhodes, Greg — 163,172 

Rice, Judy — 137 

Rich, Dave — 2,97,163,183,220 

Richard, Loretta — 208 

Rico, Nick — 177,218 

Riley, Susie — 51,97 

Rinek, Thomas — 97 

Ringham, Mike — 1 1 1 

Ringley, Rich — 217 

Rippa, Lori — 53,188-189,213,216 

Ritchie, Rosie — 213 

Roane, Donald — 71,194 

Roberts, Bruce — 97,158,202 

Roberts, David — 109 

Robertson, Janet — 1 56 

Robinson, Gary — 71,97,202-203 

Rodriguez, Leta — 97,222 

Rogliano, Lisa — 177,21 1 

Rooker, Alison — 71,157 

Rosand, Aaron — 80 

Rosenberg, Meredyth — 71 

Rosner, Kent — 2,97,182-183 

Roth, Ella — 163,173,222 

Roth, Steve — 204,205 

Rothauser, Gerald — 98 

Rothert, Jane — 98,159,222 

Rowe, Ken — 142,202-203 

Ruder, Gary — 217 

Rudolph, Keith — 72 

Ruklic, Jay— 98,150,163,204,205 

Runyan, Kenneth — 98 

Russell, Jim — 171 

Rustamier, Jim — 142,149 

Ryan, Carter — 145,178 

Rykovich, Bob — 11,124,162,223 



St. John, Phillip — 30,1 18 
Salveter, Barb — 181,191 
Santini, Barry — 72,165 
Salter, Jan — 98,213 
Saverino, Aline — 187 
Savia, Al — 73 
Scava, Randy — 223 
Schaefer, Connie — 74,98 
Schaeffer, Donna — 161,191 
Schaeffer, Rick — 166 
Schelle, Mike — 71 



Scherer, Ann — 35,161 

Scherer, Suellen — 192,217 

Scherle, Carole — 70 

Schluge, Lee — 124,215 

Schluge, Phil — 124,162,193 

Schmuhl, Andrea — 171 

Schneider, Walter — 98 

Schoonover, Phyllis — 164 

Schroder, Steve — 98,121,172 

Schreider, Janet — 217 

Schron, Sue — 60,137,156,198 

Schrott, Howard — 165 

Schucker, Sharon — 98 

Schuknect, James — 227 

Schultz, Nancy — 14,60,71,208-209 

Schultz, Sue — 161,172,187 

Schwab, Ann — 177,213 

Schwartz, Ann — 98 

Schwartz, Joan — 171 

Schwier, Bob — 166 

Schwomeyer, Herbert E. — 38,109 

Scobey, Sal — 196-197 

Scott, Bernadette — 1 37 

Scott, Bill — 98,214-215 

Scott, Charlie — 1 1 1 

Scott, Terri — 39,188,213 

Scrobunges, Benjamin — 98 

Sculley, Nan — 191 

Scuro, Dan — 77 

Sears, Deborah — 98,222 

Seay, Susan — 157,172 

Secrest, Steve — 2 

Seeger, Dennis — 71 

Seghetti, Nancy — 58,176,208 

Seright, John — 202-203 

Settle, Robert — 182,203 

Seward, Billie — 170,173,198 

Sexson, Rick — 1 34 

Shadden, Ed — 178,218 

Shadiow, Rick — 124 

Shadle, Pat — 196 

Shaffer, Greg — 204-205 

Shappell, Martha — 127 

Sharp, James — 98,158 

Sharp, Tony — 69 

Sharpnack, Lynda — 98,169,196 

Sheehan, Carol — 192 

Shepley, Gail — 58,137,198 

Sherman, Sheri — 196,217,235 

Shirley, Gary — 99,160,206 

Shirley, Libby — 210 

Short, Jeanne — 171 

Short, Ron — 174,218 

Showley, Lori 48-49,58,172,176 

208 
Shrott, Howard — 174 
Shriver, Sid — 200 
Shugars, Robin — 70,250 
Shute, Patty — 15,49,98,154,176,192- 

193,203,217 
Sidebottom, Vicki — 99 
Sielaff, Ralph — 165 
Sigsby, Mary Lou — 156,188 
Silver, David — 1 10 
Silvers, Stuart — 30 
Simmermon, Teresa — 71,181,198 
Simpson, Chris — 182 
Simpson, Jean — 192,193,203 
Sims, Peter — 71 
Sippel, Kris — 192 
Sisson, Karilyn — 99 
Skarra, Leslie — 172,176,188 
Skidmore, Mary Ellen — 156,176,191 
Small, Stephanie — 21 1 
Smiley, Ephraim — 124 
Smiljanic, Simone — 166 
Smith, Alyson — 99,159 



Smith, Betty — 99,162,222 

Smith, David H. — 99 

Smith, Dave — 99,174-175 

Smith, Gail — 192 

Smith, Ginger — 191 

Smith, Jeff — 73 

Smith, Jerry — 171,218 

Smith, Kathy — 3,99 

Smith, Laurie — 137,222 

Smith, Sam — 70 

Smith, Sherry — 172 

Smith, Susan — 60,169,172,191 

Smith, Tom — 204-205 

Smitha, Mike — 99,145 

Smitherman, Emily — 172,181,198 

Smithson, Franchon — 99,215 

Snyder, Ed — 99 

Snyder, Norma — 99 

Sorenson, Sherdene — 58,156,173,187 

Soucek, Sandy — 154,171 

Sozio, Mike — 53 

Spader, Dave — 218 

Sparks, Dennis — 202 

Sparks, Karol — 99,170 

Sparks, Kathy — 156,176 

Sparks, Mim — 68,99,180,222 

Spaulding, Gary — 73,165 

Speckman, Dave — 134,135 

Sperber, Adrienne — 101 

Spoon, Jan — 51,64,154,162,176,208 

Spradling, Becky — 101,159,161,173, 

176,208 
Springer, Cathy — 173,193,208 
Springer, Mary Ann — 173,187 
Squartino, Bill — 217 
Stafford, Betsy — 71,213 
Stahley, Wayne — 124 162 
Stalcup, Robert — 107,251 
Stanka, Jim — 134,202 
Stanton, Esther — 31 
Stanton, Neil — 171 
Stark, Bob — 124 
Staskowski, Mark — 173,216 
Staub, Kenneth — 218 
Stearns, Stan — 69 
Stedfeld, Cindy — 172 
Steele, Jennifer — 174 
Steinmetz, Beth — 208-209 
Stencel, Donna — 57 
Stephany, Linda — 101,191 
Stephens, Dean — 101,221 
Steuterman, Jackie — 173,198-199, 

203 
Stevens, Cheri — 203 
Stevens, Elizabeth — 171 
Stevens, Joyce — 188,213 
Stewart, Dave — 223 
Stewart, Lexa — 7 1,210 
Stefart, Mary Jo — 71,212 
Stewart, Paul — 110,177 
Stiles, Wendy — 71,156,169,174,187 
Stillwagon, Mom — 189 
Stinnett, Lana — 41,101,163,169,173 

212 
Stodgell, Mark — 124,200 
Stormes, Sheridan — 71 
Stout, Cathy — 101,234,196 
Stowe, Heather — 101,222 
Stowe, Holly — 55,71,212 
Strafford, Glenn — 194 
Strickland, Ray — 200-201 
Strittmatter, Mary Lou — 71,164,222 
Studen, Deborah — 177,213 
Stump, Paula — 101 
Sturtevant, Wayne — 206-207,234 
Suding, John — 101,218 
Suess, Becky — 157,172 



Sutter, Sam — 195 

Sullivan, Jim — 200 

Swanek, Ted — 172 

Swarzman, Michael — 170,217,249 

Sweeney, Patricia — 66,101 

Sweet, James — 170 

Swenson, H. Raymond — 110,172 

Swihart, Dave — 124,223 

Sylvester, Bill — 124,125,133 

Sylvester, Gayle — 71 



Taber, James — 171,218-219 
Tackett, Barb — 156,170,196-197 
Taflinger, Marianne — 212 
Tashjian, Tom — 160,216-217 
Tate, Debra — 70,180,187 
Tatum, Dave — 202 
Taylor, Leslie — 164 
Taylor, Lou — 101,202 
Taylor, Robert — 70,101 
Taylor, Rosie — 166-167,169 
Taylor, Steve — 215 
Tehan, Pattiann — 101 
Temple, Johnny — 165 
Teubert, Wyatt — 219,250 
Tews, Jan — 71,156,162,176,191 
Theofanis, Chris — 1 1 1 
Theofanis, George — 134,135 
Thomas, Fay — 1 01 
Thomas, Rex — 72 
Thompson, Ann — 101,196 
Thompson, Lynn — 156,170,176,16 
Thorington, Janet — 213 
Thornbrough, Emma Lou — 31 
Thornton, Carol — 163,212 
Thrasher, Don — 124,202 
Thurston, Carolyn — 102 
Tidrow, Jeannine — 196,203 
Tilton, Judy — 102,211 
Timeus, Cindy — 1 64 
Timmons, Cinda — 192 
Timmons, Jetty — 178 
Tinnon, Benny — 132,142,162 
Todd, Debbie — 102,162,188-189 
Toth, Steve — 147 
Triplett, Roger — 66 
Truax, Vicki — 102,162,187,203 
Trump, Judy — 213 
Tryon, Terry — 1 1 1 
Tsaros, Jonell — 102,162,203,208 
Tucker, Al — 142 
Tupper, Nancy — 188 
Turpin, Debbie — 156,172 
Tyler, Julie — 191 
Tyree, Gil — 37,250 



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Ullman, Carol — 178 
Underwood, Cecilia — 213 
Unterberg, Barb — 212 
Updegraff, Dan — 71 
Upton, Heidi — 208 



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YOUR 

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NOW! 



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Vaillancourt, Cindy — 51,196 
Van Sant, Charles — 174 
Van Slyck, Pieter — cover 
Van Winkle, Jo — 58,131 
Vaughan, Garnet — 18,174,181,205 
Vazsonyi, Balint — 80 
Vena, John — 160,174,194 
Verdak, George — 68,119 
Vernon, Terri — 58,176,191 
Vian, Mario — 84,102,170 
Vidal, Mary Jo — 162,188 
Vincent, Ken — 145 
Virgil, Steve — 70,174,215 
Vogel, Rick — 216-217 
Vogler, Robert — 102,218 
Voigt, John — 194 
Volpe, Nikki — 131 



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Wachel, Stan — 160,181,183,206 
Wachtel, David — 150 
Wade, Beth — 174,213 
Wagner, Doug — 165 
Wagner, Gay — 2,102 
Waldner, Michael — 102 
Walker, Cindy — 164 
Walker, George — 206 
Walkup, Gary — 142,162 
Waller, Dick — 204 
Waller, George — 32,119 
Walton, Joan — 70 
Ward, Dennis — 218 



Ward, Keith — 124 

Wardwell, Jeff — 172,194 

Wargo, Steve — 107,165,171 

Warner, Michele — 188 

Warner, Thomas — 111,123,146,147 

Warwick, Wendy — 172,199 

Washburn, Mary — 70,156,164,208 

Washecka, Bob — 163,218 

Wass, David — 206 

Watanabe, Katsuhiko — 73 

Waterfill, David — 132 

Watson, Cindy — 14,193 

Watson, Mike — 147 

Webb, John — 170 

Webb, Keith — 161,192-193 

Webb, Susan — 222 

Webber, Jim — 173,200 

Weber, Thomas — 194 

Weber, Tricia — 211 

Wegescheide, Karen — 172,181 

Weil, Ann — 222 

Welte, Ron — 172 

Wentzel, Wayne 

West, John — 1 94 

Wetzel, Andy — 124,215 

Wherry, Luanne — 174 

Whisler, Maxine — 71 

Whisner, Ed — 1 1 1 

Whitcomb, Ann — 203 

Whitcomb, Trish — 15,59 

Whitely, Suzie — 156,173,187 

Whitesell, Henry — 145,149 

Whitney, Steve — 41 

Whitt, Carl — 142 

Whittaker, Anne — 181,191 

Whittle, Candy — 61,213 

Wickliffe, Bob — 230 

Wilczynski, Al — 206 

Wiley, Jackson B. — 32,69,73,80 

Wilhelm, Pam — 208 

Wilkinson, Bob — 171 



lleford, George — 1 1 9 

llemain, Judy — 52-53,209 

Men, Mark — 71 

lliams, Chuck — 102,142 

lliams, Dave — 165 

lliams, Debbie — 70,181,192 

lliams, Jeff — 120,134,136,139, 

204 

lliams, Kathryn — 102 

lliams, Ken — 171 

lliams, Kevin — 235 

lliamson. Sheila — 210 

Ison, Juanita — 157,213 

Ison, Micki — 127,213 

Ison, Sherry — 210 

Ison, Thomas — 181 

Ithew, Bob — 124,223 

mmer, Barbi — 192 

nn, Bill — 206 

nn. Sherry — 171 

nn, William — 102 

rthwein, Kevin — 204 

rthwein, Lisa — 183,198,205 

rrhwein, Susan — 50,102,172,19 

se, Kathy — 102,154,159 

tkowicz, Trina — 213 

tman, Robi — 124,204 
Wobler, Dennis — 194 
Wohler, Wilma — 33,1 19 
Wohlford, Cindy — 170,196 
Wolf, Bob — 165 
Wolf, Gary — 204 
Wolfe, Steven — 1 03 
Wolstein, Bob — 163,202,203 
Wolthausen, Tricia — 196 
Womer, Pam — 103,159 
Wood, Becky — 210 
Wood, Frank — 1 1 1 
Wood, Mark — 1 1 1 
Wood, Susan — 10,163,196-197 
Wood, Walter — 71 



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Woodson, Tina — 210 
Woodward, John — 124 
Woodward, Sally — 73 
Wooley, Sherry — 71 
Woolling, Mary — 196 
Workman, Brent — 171 
Wright, Brenda — 188 
Wright, Judy — 187 
Wright, Rob — 150,160,200-201 
Wright, Tim — 103,181 
Wurger, Bernard — 77 



Yearsich, George — 33 
Yerdon, Sue — 188 
York, Noble — 124 
Young, Cherly — 1 03 



Zachau, Ann — 192-193 

Zaleski, Marcia — 71 

Zalud, Nancy — 1 54 

Zay, Donna — 169,208 

Zay, Maribeth — 156,176,203,208 

Zeiss, Dick — I 1 1 

Zerby, Cathy — 222 

Zercher, Gene — 103,158 

Zinn, Gregory — 147 

Zinn, Roger — 120 

Zizic, Debra — 21 1 

ZurSchmiede, Bob — 217 

Zwirko, Walt — 174,219 



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"My friends have lost 
their way. We'll be over 
soon they said. Now 
they've lost themselves 
instead. Please don't be 
long. Please don't be 

very long." 




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"Nothing is real, and 
nothing to get hung 
about, Strawberry fields 
forever.'' 




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stop and say hello.' 




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254 



ACCEPTANCE 



Though you were born a long, long time ago . . 

How does it feel now that you know who you are 

one of the Butler People. 

What did you see when you were there? 

"Nothing that doesn't show." 

There beneath the blue, suburban sky, I sat; 

the man of a thousand voices talking perfectly loud, 

saw the sun going down, but nobody heard me or 

the sound I appeared to make — I never even noticed. 

Let's all get up and dance to a song 

and please don't be very long, 

soon will be the break of a new da' 

sitting here in Butler Way. 

We've taken you away in magic and mystery, 

the eyes in your head have seen the world spinning round. 

You can never go back to Strawberry Fields, 

just keep walking down Sunset Lane. 

And we ask you remember only this: 

"And all together now, 

there's nothing you can do that can't be done, 

nothing you can sing that can't be sung, 

nothing you can say, you can learn how to play the game. 

It's easy. 

Nothing you can make that can't be made, 

no one you can save that can't be saved, 

nothing you can do but you can learn how to feel inside. 

Love. 

Nothing you can know that isn't known, 

nothing you can see that can't be shown, 

nowhere you can be that isn't just plain ecstacy." 



— Lennon-McCartn 




STAFF 

Erik C. A. Johnson — Editor-in-Chief 

Patty Morris — Assistant Editor 

Dave Rich — Copy Editor 

Stanley Wachel — Business Manager 

Patty Shute — Advertising Editor 

Valetta Kammer — Special Secretary 

Chris Simpson — Student Life Editor 

Barb Hitz— Student Life Editor 

Sheridan Kolle — Senior Section Editor 

Amie Koch — Senior Section Editor 

Ed Plavchak — Sports Editor 

Diane Miller — Organizations Editor 

Sara Mcintosh — Organizations Editor 

Lisa Wirthwein — Housing Editor 

Barb Landon — Housing Editor 

Lisa Keller — Index Editor 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Kent Rosner — Head Photographer 

Bob Settle — Asst. Head Photographer 

Tony Lux — Photographer 

Dave Carfolite — Photographer 

John Claxton — Photographer (special assignments) 

Wes Dixon — Photographer (special assignments) 

Kent Rosner— 4-5. 8-9, 14-15. 17-20. 26-28. 35. 38-39. 47. 50-51. 
58-62, 74-77. 100, 104. 106-109, III. 120-124. 131-134. 137-138. 
142-143. 146. 154-155. 158-159. 164-165. 172. 174. 182-183. 186- 

187. 194, 196. 208-209, 216-217, 232-233, 237-238, 248. Erik C.A. 
Johnson— 2-7, 10-15, 19, 22-25. 27-30, 33. 36. 38. 41. 46, 48, 52, 
54-57, 63-64. 69-71, SI, 97, 107. 109, III, 112, 114-118, 120-124, 
133-136, 138-139, 146-147. 149-150. 154-155, 158-161. 163, 173, 
178-179. 196-197. 204, 206-207, 210-213, 220-221, 227, 229. 23 1 - 
232, 234-235. 237. 252-253. (Cover Photo.). Robert Settle— 19, 22, 
24.26,43.49, 106-1 10, II 7, 120-12 1 . 123.125-132, 136-137. 144-148. 
150, 162. 166. 173. 176-177, 182. 190-193. 195. 198. 199. 202-203. 
205. 222. 251. David W. Carfolite— 4, 8. 16, 25, 30-31, 36. 40. 42. 
44, 50-53. 70-71. III. 115, 118-120, 126. 154-157. 161-162. 166- 
167. 172. 175. 180-181. 189. 195. 201. 205-206, 208. 214-215. 218- 
219, 222-223. 246-247. 250-251. 254. Anthony T. Lux— 5, 10-1 I. 18- 
19. 29. 32. 40-43. 50-53. 67-69, 72-77, 80, 164. 169-171. 174. 186, 

188, 192, 200, 202-203, 207, 219, 230. 254. Paula's Studio— 82-83. 
85-88, 90-94, 96-99, 101-102. Wes Dixon— 84, 89. 95. 100. 248-251. 
254. John Claxton— 14-15, 59, 62, 202. 221. 256. Robert Stalcup — 
33-42, 47. 168. Bob Konlcle— 58, 121. 142-143. Noble Bretiman— 
65-66. Pieter Van Slyclt— 98. Bill Boyd— 103. 



During Freshman orientation four years ago, Dr. Cripe made his usual reference to 
a football player who has difficulties adjusting his time after the season is over. 
This seems overly applicable to the DRIFT staff, however I doubt whether any will 
be able to get used to the freedom offered by the final deadline in Rm. 330. The 
staff worked with a diligence that I am unable to express in words, but possibly 
this book of black and white reflections will serve to show my appreciation to all. 
Very special thanks go to: Val, for moral support; Dave, for physical support; Patty 

Li I__ I.: I , J.L, = „ „U Q ck^,,U U*w R«k <M-j»lr-ur» for norcnnfll incni- 



ration; Dick Kennard, for patient guidance; Kent, for prints; Stanley and Patty S., 
for giving 100% and making this book a reality; and finally to Pieter V. S., Corny 
Newbold, Ron Weeks, John Claxton, Bob Marks, and Janet McKown, for making it 

possible for me to write this letter. 







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